Lausanne student making strides in Tennessee education curriculum reform

By , Special to the Daily Memphian Updated: October 29, 2018 4:00 AM CT | Published: October 26, 2018 5:12 PM CT
<strong>Isabel Kagoo, a sophmore at Lausanne Collegiate School, hopes to&nbsp;bring change to Tennessee schools&rsquo; curriculum surrounding vaping and e-cigarettes. &ldquo;... Vaping and e-cigarettes aren&rsquo;t discussed in health classes. I&rsquo;m focusing more on education and amending health education standards for the state of Tennessee and its suggested curriculum for districts across the state.&rdquo;&nbsp;</strong>(Houston Cofield/Daily Memphian)

Isabel Kagoo, a sophmore at Lausanne Collegiate School, hopes to bring change to Tennessee schools’ curriculum surrounding vaping and e-cigarettes. “... Vaping and e-cigarettes aren’t discussed in health classes. I’m focusing more on education and amending health education standards for the state of Tennessee and its suggested curriculum for districts across the state.” (Houston Cofield/Daily Memphian)

While most teenagers her age are concerned with getting their driver’s license and dating, 15-year-old Isabel Kagoo is working to bring change to Tennessee schools’ curriculum surrounding vaping and e-cigarettes.

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Christin Yates

Christin Yates is a native Memphian who has worked in PR and copywriting since 2007. She earned her B.S. in public relations and M.S. in mass communications from Murray State University.


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