Student Experience Research Network Blog

Field-level enabling conditions for transformation (Part 4 of 4)

Chloe Stroman

Field-level enabling conditions – including funding and accountability structures, research, community organizing, and messaging and legal work – are necessary to align resources and public support with effective strategies for improving students’ experiences in school.

Facilitating continuous improvement in classrooms and institutions (Part 2 of 4)

Chloe Stroman

By gathering data on students’ experiences, providing safe and supportive spaces to process the data, and making meaningful shifts in response to student feedback, institutions and systems can enact and expand inclusive and effective instructional practices.

Authentically engaging students, families, communities, and diverse institutional members in changemaking (Part 3 of 4)

Chloe Stroman

Funder briefing speakers shared insights related to student organizing and leadership, participatory governance and budgeting processes, family outreach, and the stakeholders in postsecondary education who may be overlooked or face barriers to participation in changemaking efforts.

Announcing a new investment in SERN’s work by MacKenzie Scott

Lisa Quay

Student Experience Research Network has received a donation from philanthropist and writer MacKenzie Scott to support our work toward an education system in which every student’s experience of school sets them up to learn and thrive.