SoundOut Student Voice Research Reviews

The goal of the SoundOut Student Voice Research Reviews is to identify some of the most significant publications that are widely available that address issues important to meaningful student involvement; namely, they include:

  • The purpose of student voice;
  • The identity of students who are involved;
  • The authority granted to students to create change;
  • The role of student/adult partnerships in school change; and
  • Critical examination of student voice and involvement.
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The following articles, journals and books reviewed here have come from both scholarly research that represents a scientific, theory-testing approach; and applied research that employs case studies resulting in theories.

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Simply click on the following title for a description of the research findings and a review of their content as it is relevant to SoundOut.

Research Reviews

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SoundOut Small Schools Project

SoundOut supported the Small Schools Project in Seattle in 2004-05.

We provided introductory training in meaningful student involvement for 25+ small schools coaches, as well as an intensive training in meaningful student involvement for 50+ students and adults focused on planning for meaningful student involvement in their local small school projects. Included the creation of a chapter for School Culture: An Introduction published by Small Schools Project. 

Washington State Learn & Serve America

From 2002 to 2006, SoundOut’s Adam Fletcher worked with the Washington State Learn & Serve America program. He provided expert training, consultation, and evaluation for 50 schools statewide. SoundOut partnered with OSPI’s service learning coordinator to provide training and technical assistance focused on meaningful student involvement in service learning for 50+ K-12 schools across Washington. Activities included training students and educators in student voice and evaluating service learning programs in local schools. Outcomes from the project also included the creation of the Meaningful Student Involvement Idea Guide, printed by OSPI. Adam also researched and wrote the Washington Youth Voice Handbook for OSPI.

Partner Schools (sample)

  • Vashon Island Student Link Alternative School, Vashon
  • Spanaway Elementary School, Spanaway
  • Langley Middle School, Langley
  • Evergreen High School, Vancouver
  • Lewis and Clark High School, Spokane


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