Introduction to Student Voice in American Education Policy
by Jerusha Conner, Rachel Ebby-Rosin & Amanda S. Brown — 2015
The introduction to the volume offers a definition of student voice, a discussion of the philosophical and theoretical warrants for it, a brief summary of the history of the student voice movement in the United States, and a synopsis of extant research on the topic. It also describes the rationale for the volume, reviews the volume’s structure, and previews its 13 chapters.
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