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Promoting Inclusion Through Authentic Pupil Voice

Mhairi Beatonpost by MHAIRI C BEATON
University of Aberdeen

At present, student voice is widely considered to be integral to much that occurs within educational systems across the world. Whilst pupils have been formally consulted within educational research for many years (Cortis and Grayson, 1978), there has been a recent upsurge in interest in involving children and young people as active participants. This is mirrored in proposals to promote their participation in decision making in a range of aspects of their school life including agency in relation to their learning (Flutter and Rudduck, 2004). Continue reading Promoting Inclusion Through Authentic Pupil Voice