Centering Students in School-Based Support Processes: Critical Inquiries and Shifting Perspectives
by Gretchen Brion-Meisels — 2015
Drawing on data from two qualitative studies, this chapter argues that both school organizations and individual students will benefit from centering youth voices in student support systems. To do this, the author shares data from adolescents’ narratives that demonstrate how young people’s voices might (re)shape the central practices of school-based support processes.
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