While lawmakers seek to make sweeping changes to public education at the national and state levels, some University of Michigan students are looking to reshape K-12 education from the bottom up, the Huffington Post reports. Campus group rEDesign seeks input from students on how best to fix a broken system in which a wide achievement gap remains, and students — both privileged and underserved–struggle to be succeed academically and be globally competitive.

“The only demographic who haven’t been engaged to systemically transform the education system is young people,” the group writes on DoSomething.org. In a new campaign, rEDesign wants college students to submit ideas on how best to redesign public education in the U.S…

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