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New paper: Putting a dent in student voices

Three University of Louisville professors propose specific strategies for valuing student voice in the classroom that they think could be helpful for teachers.

Student voice: Two perspectives, one goal

Rowan County teacher Allison Slone and student Madison Marie Ortega share their thoughts on why student voice is an increasingly important factor in education in the Commonwealth.

The power of student voice

All students deserve the same opportunity I had to develop a voice within and outside of the classroom, and I believe any teacher is capable of helping a student develop that voice.

Student voice offers valuable feedback to teachers

By Joseph Harris Joseph.harris@lawrence.kyschools.us As most Kentucky teachers know, a student voice survey is administered once a year as part of the Professional Growth and Effectiveness...

Student voice matters to my teaching because it matters to my...

Recently I received an email that started out like this: Mrs. Trowel, I know we have never met before but I taught many of your former...

PGES asks teachers to be SMART about student growth goals

Teachers will not have to change much about how they measure student growth under the proposed PGES.

Student voice: ‘It’s not a popularity contest’

Student survey responses are a valuable way for teachers to reflect on their effectiveness.

My Voice National Student Mock Election

The My Voice National Student Mock Election gives students across the country the opportunity to cast their votes for candidates in both the federal...

Students talk election issues on Oct. 11 Education Matters

What do today’s young people think about the upcoming election? A special edition of Education Matters, in partnership with Kentucky Youth Advocates, features a panel of...

Schools encouraged to participate in Gallup Student Poll

Education Commissioner Terry Holliday is encouraging school districts to participate this fall in the Gallup Student Poll, a survey for students in grades 5...