In a recent blog post, high school teacher and CTQ blogger Paul Barnwell poses this question: Should student insight be considered more as we redesign schools, classrooms, curriculums, and policy? He then asks his students to share their ideas in a podcast format. (Click on link below to listen.)
The current education reform is being predominantly led by politicians and business leaders. Just as more current teachers should have a voice in how to improve education, students should also be empowered to provide input for their own education. What can you do? Ask a student you know to voice his/her thoughts on how school should change. Then, join the vibrant conversation by clicking below, and share student feedback. Empower students to join the conversation.
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