The Role of Administrators in Enabling Youth–Adult Partnerships in Schools

@article{Mitra2007TheRO,
  title={The Role of Administrators in Enabling Youth–Adult Partnerships in Schools},
  author={Dana L. Mitra},
  journal={NASSP Bulletin},
  year={2007},
  volume={91},
  pages={237 - 256}
}
School leaders play a crucial role in enabling and sustaining student voice initiatives. This article identifies three specific ways in which administrators can spark and encourage a focus on increasing student voice in school decision making and in classroom practice, including (a) fostering youth–adult partnerships within the context of a schoolwide learning community, (b) buffering from administrative bureaucracy within schools, and (c) building bridges beyond school walls with intermediary… Expand
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