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The ‘student voice’ in practice: who gets to speak?

In Victorian times, there was no such thing as ‘childhood’. Children were considered miniature, larval-stage adults, only a lot more stupid. Their right to independent expression and self-determination would have been seen as a preposterous joke.

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