Educational change on the inside and outside: The positioning of challengers

Before youth can be accepted as important players in school decision making, the concept of “student voice must gain acceptance among powerful stakeholders in the school. Using social movement theory as a lens, the paper examines the consequences of positioning a student voice effort inside or outside of school walls. The paper finds that positioning influences the legitimacy, sustainability, and scope of changes that a student voice initiative can pursue.

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Work Title Educational change on the inside and outside: The positioning of challengers
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  1. Dana L Mitra
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  1. International Journal of Leadership Education
Publication Date January 1, 2006
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