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British Educational Research Journal

British Educational Research Journal

Vol. 35, n°4, août 2009

* Research quality assessment in education: impossible science, possible art?, David Bridges
* Language as capital, or language as identity? Chinese complementary school pupils' perspectives on the purposes and benefits of complementary schools, Becky Francis, Louise Archer, Ada Mau
* Veiled and overt school choice: a consideration of the ways in which different forms of school choice affect student experiences, Natalie Heath
* The Nottingham Apprenticeship Model: schools in partnership with artists and creative practitioners, Morwenna Griffiths, Felicity Woolf
* The determinants of undergraduate degree performance: how important is gender?, Michael Barrow, Barry Reilly, Ruth Woodfield
* A Fresh Start for a 'failing school'? A qualitative study, Marta Araujo
* Moving beyond the metaphor of transfer of learning, Paul Hager, Phil Hodkinson
* Does the index of segregation matter? The composition of secondary schools in England since 1996, Stephen Gorard

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