Student Well-Being Video

Webinar: Amplifying Student Voice

May 2, 2016 57:23

This is a replay of Education Week’s webinar, “Amplifying Student Voice.” When schools draw on students’ views to shape their policies, they gain two significant benefits: valuable insights into what works and the chance to engage students by showing them that their voices matter. Murray County, Ga., Superintendent Vickie Reed and WestEd researcher BethAnn Berliner discuss how to effectively amplify student voice.


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