“To improve student achievement, it makes sense to go straight to the source—students. Students can not only share opinions about their classroom experiences, but also play a significant role in school improvement efforts.” – Dana Mitra

Professor and researcher Dana Mitra shares her observations on the experiences of students and teachers working together for school improvement and the positive effects increasing student voice can have on teaching and learning. Read on to learn about how student involvement in the school reform process led to better instruction, better student-teacher relationships, and more empowered students.