How Can We Amplify Student Voice This Year?

Lisa Davis, Gwen Pescatore with  Dr. Tony Sinanis, Joe Sanfelippo, PhD.


In this segment, we talk about ways to turn up  the volume on student voice along with ways to convert student voice to action.

Follow:   @Joesanfelippofc @TonySinanis  @LisaODavis @gpescatore25 @bamradionetwork
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