College Student Voices on Educational Reform: Challenging and Changing Conversations

  • Editors
  • Kevin J. Burke
  • Brian S Collier
  • Maria K. McKenna

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Brian S Collier, Maria K. McKenna, Kevin J. Burke
    Pages 1-28
  3. Kevin J. Burke, Brian S Collier, Maria K. McKenna
    Pages 29-32
  4. David Berton Grau, Kathleen B. Mullins, Katherine A. Puszka, Kevin J. Burke
    Pages 33-52
  5. Kathleen Buehler, Kelsie Corriston, Emily Franz, Meredith Holland, Allison Marchesani, Maggie O’Brien et al.
    Pages 53-78
  6. Carly Anderson, Sarah Cole, Kevin De La Montaigne, Sheila Keefe, Mary Claire O’Donnell, Casey Quinlan et al.
    Pages 79-104
  7. Maria K. McKenna, Brian S Collier, Kevin Burke, Jessica Millen
    Pages 105-125
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 126-130

About this book


This text critically addresses, through college student voices, the American school reform movement in its rhetoric, policy, and practice. It demonstrates how university courses can be designed to treat students as engaged citizens and contextualizes students' voices in the private university and the public sphere.


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