Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Hertfordshire Student Voice Conference

Are schools developing good leadership qualities in their students?
Are tuition fees really putting students off Higher Education?
Are Teachers using IT well in the classroom?

Who better to ask than school students and who better to ask them than other pupils.
At this week’s Hertfordshire Student Voice Conference, 150 students will answer these and other relevant questions, face to face, in a research study devised by Adroit-e Research, in conjunction with St Albans Girls School.

Students from STAGS, will collect view points from all attending students – the headline results will be made available to students later in the day. A full analysis, prepared by 
Adroit-e, will be available later in the month.

Jonathan Brill, CEO of Adroit-e commented, ‘The opinions of students on important issues affecting their lives are often underplayed. These views deserve attention, particularly as they will be collected by students and analysed by an experienced, independent Agency. This study will provide a valuable contribution to issues of transition from secondary to tertiary education.’