United States Office of Education Office of Students and Youth

The Office of Students and Youth is a former program of the United States Office of Education, now known as the United States Department of Education. Launched in 1969, the first leader of the office was Toby Moffet. Activities the office was created for several reasons: To seek technical and financial assistance for innovative student-run […]

Review: “What Works in Education Reform: Putting Young People at the Center”

Originally published in Meaningful Student Involvement Research Review by Adam Fletcher (2004) Olympia, WA: SoundOut. “What Works in Education Reform: Putting Young People at the Center” by J. Tolman, P. Ford, and M. Irby. Published in 2003 in Baltimore, Maryland by International Youth Foundation. What Works is a comprehensive guide to student inclusive school change […]

Review: Critical Voices in School Reform; Students Living through Change

Originally published in Meaningful Student Involvement Research Guide by Adam Fletcher (2004) Olympia, WA: SoundOut. Review of “Critical Voices in School Reform: Students Living Through Change” edited by B. Rubin & E. Silva. Published in 2003 by RoutledgeFalmer in New York and London. Critical Voices addresses student inclusive school change by examining a series of activities thought […]