If anyone stops to ask their opinion, what do students say really matters in school? It's having a teacher ask how things are going and then actually stop and wait for a answer before disappearing down the hall. Simply put, it's having an adult who cares about them, values them as individuals, and sees them as more than a test taker or a seat warmer, says Russell Quaglia, director of the National Center for Student Aspirations.
Hyatt, Kay, "What's Important in School? Students Share Views" (1996). General University of Maine Publications. 1792.
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