According to the authors, "Lockdown and the concurrent dependence on technology for communication raises the danger of a further narrowing of student voice." I don't see why that should be the case, especially when we see that in technology everywhere has increased everyone's voice, sometimes to excess. Why should the opposite effect take hold in schools? Anyhow, Helen Young and Lee Jerome are concerned that the online student opinion would be collected mostly from surveys that promote a "narrow ‘consumer’ version of student voice" and areguer that it is important instead to encourage "dialogue among students and among students and staff in responding to the challenges." Of course, these academics could simply go to places like Reddit and Facebook and even Twitter, etc., where these dialogues are already taking place. True, the academics would lose control of the narrative. But that would be better than a survey, wouldn't it?