Meaningful Student Involvement: Guide to Students as Partners in School Change

This powerful guide provides the theory, research, and numerous practical examples for working with students to take action together to improve schools, written by a leading practitioner in the field of youth voice and student involvement. If you can only have one resource on student involvement, this is it.

Author: Adam Fletcher


Fletcher, A. (2005). Meaningful student involvement: Guide to students as partners in school change. Olympia, WA: SoundOut.

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youth voice, school change, partnership, student involvement, student action

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