Partnership status: It’s complicated. Reflections on the “undiscussables” in a student-staff partnership.
Our intention in this reflective essay is to make sense of the ways our partnership worked and didn’t work, the inherent tensions within it, with the hope of contributing to broader scholarly conversations about engaging in student-staff partnerships.
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