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Including More Student Voices in Higher Education Policymaking Report
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Including More Student Voices in Higher Education Policymaking

Julie Margetta Morgan and Tsuki Hoshijima look at the role students play in higher education policy, and ways to make students’ voices a more powerful part of the higher education policy conversation.

Julie Margetta Morgan, Tsuki Hoshijima