Research round-up

December 2007
Education (14637073);12/7/2007, Issue 292, p7
This section offers updates on educational research papers published in Great Britain. The paper "National Policy and the Development of Inclusive School Practices: A Case Study," suggests that standards agenda does not affect schools' efforts to develop inclusive practices. The paper "Family Literacy in Europe: Separate Agendas?," argues that disparate agendas characterize practice and policy. A study by Peter Farrell et al focuses on the effect of special children on the achievement of their peers.


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