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Creating a Bill of Rights: Institutionalising Student Participation

A school constitution can define when, where and to what extent students can take part in the big and small decision-making processes of daily school life. It can provide students with an independent voice and allow them to experience meaningful participation. In this section, teachers and researchers from Laborschule Bielefeld present how a school constitution can contribute to students’ participation becoming an integral part of schools’ daily school life.

What & Why?

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