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Feiler, Anthony – London Review of Education, 2013
The involvement of special schools and centres in curriculum policy initiatives has been remarkably limited both in the UK and internationally, and research investigating students' perspectives on the curriculum and teaching and learning in such centres is practically non-existent. The views of students on curriculum and pedagogy attending three…
Descriptors: Special Schools, Student Attitudes, Special Needs Students, Educational Practices
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Frostad, Per; Mjaavatn, Per Egil; Pijl, Sip Jan – London Review of Education, 2011
The study focuses the stability of friendships of students with special educational needs in regular schools, compared to regular students. The sample consisted of 114 students (M age = 14,4); 22 students (19.3%) were identified by the school as SEN students. The results show that on average, SEN students had fewer stable friendships than their…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Special Education, Secondary School Students, Social Integration
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Higham, Jeremy; Yeomans, David – London Review of Education, 2007
This article explores the policy and practice of choice, flexibility and differentiation within the 14-19 curriculum in England. After first locating these issues within contemporary curriculum policy it adopts a historical analysis tracing perspectives and practice since 1945. This narrative exposes complex oscillation in policy and practice in…
Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Educational History
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Smyth, John – London Review of Education, 2005
This paper presents an argument around the need to rethink the issue of early school leaving from the vantage point of students and teachers, and the conditions and pathways that need to be constructed and brought into existence within schooling, if such conditions do not already exist. The attempt is to move discussions outside of the…
Descriptors: At Risk Students, School Culture, Dropout Prevention, Educational Environment
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