Meaningful Student Involvement: Guide to Inclusive School Change
Posted by on November 14, 2003
Meaningful Student Involvement: Guide to Inclusive School Change. Written by Adam Fletcher for The Freechild Project & HumanLinks Foundation.
This 24-page booklet is designed to acquaint the reader with Meaningful Student Involvement. The strategy, assessment tools, and characteristics are explained, as well as what school activities, organizational structures and participant roles look like when Meaningful Student Involvement is applied. Best practices from across the nation illustrate the actual application of the strategy in diverse settings, and a comprehensive resource listing provides ample footing for educators and students to advocate for and implement Meaningful Student Involvement in their schools.
Download it at http://www.SoundOut.org today!
The Freechild Project
Snail: PO Box 6185, Olympia, Washington 98507
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