The space between – positioning student voice at the heart of leadership in education

Special Issue

From Management in Education

The concept of ‘student voice’ is no less contested today than it was when first introduced formally into Scottish Universities over one hundred years ago. As a growing international movement, student voice balances precariously between forces associated with social justice and democracy, and those belonging to a neo-liberal agenda. This special edition considers the ‘student voice’ through a series of articles from leading national and international practitioners and academics positioning student voice at the heart of leadership in education.

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Gerry Czerniawski and Warren Kidd (2012). Editorial Management in Education, 26 (3), 93-94 DOI: 10.1177/0892020612445668

     
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