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    • The Church of England and the 1870 Elementary Education Act 

      Parker, S; Allen, S; Freathy, R (Routledge / Society for Educational Studies (SES), 7 August 2020)
      Set against the background of mid-nineteenth century concerns about an erosion in the denomination’s standing and influence, this article highlights the differing responses to the matter from parties within the Church of ...
    • Relevance of the socio-cultural perspective in the discussion about critical thinking 

      Imperio, A; Staarman, JK; Basso, D (Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna, 30 June 2020)
      Critical thinking (CT) is considered a key skill for success in the 21st century. Worldwide educational policies advocate the promotion of CT, and scholars across different fields have been involved in a wide debate on its ...
    • More than a class act? Dilemmas in researching elite school girls' feminist politics 

      Charles, C; Allan, A (SAGE Publications, 2020)
      Feminist scholars have long been concerned with privileged women’s activism and engagement with feminist politics and how acts of resistance from privileged subjects might best be understood. In the current moment we are ...
    • Understanding Inclusive Education in the Basque Country 

      Gaintza, Z; Darretxe, L; Boyle, C (Brill, 29 June 2020)
      This chapter describes how this region of Europe is able to respond to the diversity of students in an inclusive way. Firstly, the evolution of the laws which make inclusion possible is considered; and secondly, the wide ...
    • Using social skills training to enhance inclusion for students with ASD in mainstream schools 

      Allen, K-A; Boyle, C; Lauchlan, F (Brill, 29 June 2020)
      It could be regarded as a necessary survival skill that individuals are able to display appropriate social skills within the rules of their culture. Conforming to the often-unspoken rules of sociability enables the formation ...