The goal of this Research Review is to identify some of the most
significant publications that are widely available that address issues
important to meaningful student involvement; namely, they include:
The purpose of student voice;
The identity of students who are involved;
The authority granted to students to create change;
The role of student/adult partnerships in school
Critical examination of student voice and
Simply click on the title for a description of
the research findings, and a link to the article if available.
Student Perspectives on School Improvement
by John Beresford (2000)
Authorizing Studentsí Perspectives:
Toward Trust, Dialogue, and Change in Education
Fires in the
Bathroom: Advice for Teachers from High School Students
Question Of The Student In Educational Reform
by DP Ericson &
FS Ellett (2002).
Special Forum Issue on
The Roles of Youth in
Society: A Reconceptualization.
Look Who's Talking Now: Student Views of Restructuring Schools
edited by John
Putting Students at the
Education Reform by Barry Levin (1999).
Student Voice in
Reframing Student-Teacher Relationships
Floodgates: Giving Students a Voice in School Reform.
Student Leadership and
Restructuring: A Case Study
Voices in School Reform: Students Living Through Change
Rubin & E. Silva (2003).
How to Improve Your
School: Giving Pupils a Voice
Rudduck & J. Flutter (2004).
In Our Own Words: Students'
Perspectives On School
edited by Jeffery
Shultz & Allison Cook-Sather (2001).
What Works in Education Reform: Putting Young People at the Center
Tolman, P. Ford, & Merta Irby (2003).
Urban Kids: School Reform And The Teachers They Want
B. Wilson & HD Corbett (2001).