Change Begins with One Voice
Answering the Call
Now more than ever, students need answers and guidance to navigate issues of racial equity and social justice in our world. And educators need ways to bring these crucial conversations into their classrooms. Stride One Voice provides flexible, leveled curriculum for students in grades K–12 to facilitate meaningful discussions where every voice can be heard.
Why One Voice?
Hear from Stride's Chief Academic Officer about the need for One Voice and learn from curriculum designers and instruction specialists about the student responses and outcomes they've seen.
Explore Hundreds of Lessons Online, Anytime
One Voice curriculum is available online and tuition-free,* creating opportunities for everyone, everywhere to engage with lessons on diversity, equity, civil rights, social justice, and other topics critical to modern American society. Delve straight into these lessons by selecting a grade range below.
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Hear What People Are Saying About One Voice
We're committed to advancing the conversation about social justice through our open-access curriculum. Here's what people are saying about their experiences with One Voice.
"I could be playing video games but, I am learning about diversity, and it's really awesome."
—Sadie, 2021 One Voice student participant in Missouri
"This course provides the opportunity for young minds to develop skills that are necessary in today's world in order to be a mindful, kind, and successful global citizen."
—Karen, 2021 One Voice Teacher Ambassador in Nevada
“The topics of discussion were really stimulating and promoted deeper thought. I think we could delve even deeper into race and gender identity.”
—Sarah, parent of a 2021 One Voice student participant in Missouri
“I enjoyed how thorough the curriculum was in that there was a great deal of history as well as topics to discuss to keep the students engaged. I am enjoying how open-ended the lessons are that seem to truly have the students feel open to discuss.”
—Brandi, 2021 One Voice Teacher Ambassador in South Carolina