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British Journal of Educational Studies (BJES)

British Journal of Educational Studies (BJES)


  Vol.62, n°4, 12/2014

 
  • Education and the Rationale of Cost–Benefit Analysis, Tal Gilead
  • Teachers’ Views of Curriculum Policy: The Case of Estonia, Maria Erss, Rain Mikser, Erika Löfström, Aino Ugaste, Vadim Rõuk & Juta Jaani
  • Inclusion and homophily: an argument about participatory decision-making and democratic school management, George Koutsouris
  • The Market for Academic Knowledge: Its Historical Emergence and Inherent Tensions, Elke Weik
  • Continuity and Change in English Further Education: A Century of Voluntarism and Permissive Adaptability, Bill Bailey & Lorna Unwin
  • Leadership and religious schools: international perspectives and challenges, Liam Gearon
  • The resegregation of schools: education and race in the twenty-first century, Vincent Willis
  • New directions in social theory, education and embodiment, Alison Wrench & Robyne Garrett
  • Student teachers in school practice: an analysis of learning opportunities, Lee Jerome
  • Civility, religious pluralism, and education, Michael Carpenter Harris II
  • Learning trajectories, violence and empowerment amongst adult basic skills learners, David Mallows
  • Sustainable school transformation: an inside-out school led approach, Peter Brett
  • Self-determined learning: heutagogy in action, Paul Adams
  • Self-regulation and early school success, Sue Robson

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