Research on Policy and Practice
Series: Woburn Education Series
British private schools are a continuing topic of fascination for many. In particular, the leading so-called public schools have long been subjected both to criticism for their elitism and praise for their academic success. Traditionally, Conservative governments have strongly supported the private...
Published June 29th 2003 by Routledge
This book brings together semi-autobiographical accounts from major educationalists about their influential research, focusing on the practical and personal aspects of the research process.The collection reflects the great changes that have occured within educational research since the 1980s and...
Published May 29th 1998 by Routledge
Examines the ideals which lay behind the development of comprehensive schools. Written by 14 British educationalists, this text considers the evidence and suggests how further progress might be made within the moral framework of secondary education for all, irrespective of background or ability....
Published March 11th 1997 by Routledge
Educationalists offer an overview of methods for researching those in positions of power. They focus on key issues with broad relevance to social scientists such as access, interviewing, data restrictions, ethical dilemmas and the role of theory.; This book is intended for academic and postgraduate...
Published October 27th 1994 by Routledge
Thirteen major educationalists offer semi-autobiographical accounts of their own influential research work, focusing on the practical and personal realities of the research process. Authors such as Barbara Tizard and Martin Hughes, Stephen J. Ball, David Reynolds and Peter Mortimore discuss their...
Published June 6th 1991 by Routledge