Student Voice: From Invisible to Invaluable is about why and how today’s leaders need to connect with students for success. The premise of this book is that student voice is often invisible and that is possibly why schools have changed little since the 19th Century. From digital citizenship to teacher evaluation, the voice of students can be and needs to be amplified. To truly transform, schools leaders in the classroom, principal’s office, and district office need to elevate the voice of the student. There is no greater way to inspire our children than to let them have a say in their own education. We simply cannot create the leaders of tomorrow when we do not let them lead today. This book will provide examples of excellence, stories of success, and practical tips to help you move student voice from invisible to invaluable. Published by Rowman and Littlefield Education, 2018.
Michael Lubelfeld currently serves as superintendent of North Shore SD 112 in Highland Park. He
was named Lake County Superintendent of the Year in 2017.
Nick Polyak currently serves as superintendent at Leyden Community High School District 212 in Franklin Park, IL.
PJ Caposey currently serves as superintendent at Meridian CUSD 223 in Stillman Valley. PJ is a sought after presenter, consultant, and professional development provider and has spoken at many local, state, and national conferences.