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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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This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 114. No. 1.

Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 117 Number 13, 2015, p. 1-18
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18267, Date Accessed: 9/24/2021 2:49:28 AM

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  • Jerusha Conner
    Villanova University
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    JERUSHA O. CONNER is an associate professor of education at Villanova University. Her research interests include student engagement and student voice in school reform and education policy. Recent publications include “Lessons that Last: Former Youth Organizers’ Reflections on What and How They Learned” in the Journal of the Learning Sciences and “Orchestrating Change: How Youth Organizing Influences Educational Policy” in the American Journal of Education.
  • Rachel Ebby-Rosin
    University of Pennsylvania
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    RACHEL EBBY-ROSIN is a senior researcher for the Office of Academic Innovation at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. Her research interests include entrepreneurship in education, community organizing for school reform, and K–12 urban school reform.
  • Amanda Brown
    Villanova University
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    AMANDA S. BROWN holds a master’s degree in school counseling from Villanova University. She has served as a director of guidance and dean of students at the secondary level. Her research interests include student voice, social networking, and adolescent mental health. Recent publications include “New media and the power of youth organizing” in Equity and Excellence in Education and a review of Value-added Measures in Education: What Every Educator Needs to Know for the National Educational Policy Center’s Education Review/Reseñas Educativas.
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