Students should be treated as any other stakeholder in education -- with their voices being sought and listened to, writes Jessica Keigan, a secondary language arts teacher at Horizon High School in Thornton, Colo. In this blog post, she writes about a persuasive essay written by a 10th-grade student, who realized her grades were better in middle school because classes started later and that she would have a better chance of success if class sizes were smaller.
Students' voices count in the education debate
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