The Effectiveness of Early Interventions

  • Christine Oliver
  • Marjorie Smith
This review assesses the research evidence on what types of early interventions are most effective in preventing social exclusion outcomes, such as poor educational achievement.
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  • Christine Oliver
  • Marjorie Smith
This review assesses the research evidence on what types of early interventions are most effective in preventing social exclusion outcomes, such as poor educational achievement.

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Effective Schools

Current impact and future potential

  • Peter Mortimore
In this inaugural lecture as the new Director of the Institute of Education, University of London, Professor Peter Mortimore provides the background to the various studies of school effectiveness which have been undertaken in many different countries over the last 20 years.
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Current impact and future potential

  • Peter Mortimore
In this inaugural lecture as the new Director of the Institute of Education, University of London, Professor Peter Mortimore provides the background to the various studies of school effectiveness which have been undertaken in many different countries over the last 20 years.

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Effective Practices in Continuing Professional Development

Lessons from schools

  • Peter Earley
  • Vivienne Porritt
This book presents case studies of schools’ journeys towards effective CPD practice, telling the story of the goals set and achieved, and the challenges and successes along the way.
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Lessons from schools

  • Peter Earley
  • Vivienne Porritt
This book presents case studies of schools’ journeys towards effective CPD practice, telling the story of the goals set and achieved, and the challenges and successes along the way.

Price: £19.99

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Effective Leadership in the Early Years Sector

The ELEYS study

  • Iram Siraj-Blatchford
  • Laura Manni
This book argues that the fundamental requirements for leadership for learning in the early years should be provided by considering social contexts, adopting a commitment to collective working and focusing on improving children’s learning outcomes.
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The ELEYS study

  • Iram Siraj-Blatchford
  • Laura Manni
This book argues that the fundamental requirements for leadership for learning in the early years should be provided by considering social contexts, adopting a commitment to collective working and focusing on improving children’s learning outcomes.

Price: £10.00

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Educational Resource Management

An international perspective

  • Derek Glover
  • Rosalind Levacic
This book offers practical guidance on financial and real resource management in schools and colleges, and critically evaluates current tensions involved in the area of educational resource management. It is essential reading for educational leaders who wish to improve the effectiveness, efficiency and equity of their resource utilisation systems.
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An international perspective

  • Derek Glover
  • Rosalind Levacic
This book offers practical guidance on financial and real resource management in schools and colleges, and critically evaluates current tensions involved in the area of educational resource management. It is essential reading for educational leaders who wish to improve the effectiveness, efficiency and equity of their resource utilisation systems.

Price: £16.99

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Educational Commonplaces

Essays to honour Denis Lawton

  • David Halpin
  • Paddy Walsh
Introduced by an overview of Denis Lawton’s work and concluding with an interview with the subject himself, this collection of essays pays tribute to his multi-faceted scholarly work.
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Essays to honour Denis Lawton

  • David Halpin
  • Paddy Walsh
Introduced by an overview of Denis Lawton’s work and concluding with an interview with the subject himself, this collection of essays pays tribute to his multi-faceted scholarly work.

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Education, vulnerability and HIV/AIDS

  • Peter Aggleton
Peter Aggleton examines the potential of education to bring about lasting change in the HIV epidemic.
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  • Peter Aggleton
Peter Aggleton examines the potential of education to bring about lasting change in the HIV epidemic.

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Education in Deprived Areas

Outcomes, inputs and processes

  • Sally Power
  • Simon Warren
  • David Gillborn
  • Alison Clark
  • Sally Thomas
  • Kelly Coate
This book examines the processes that contribute to the disadvantaging of schools in deprived areas.
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Outcomes, inputs and processes

  • Sally Power
  • Simon Warren
  • David Gillborn
  • Alison Clark
  • Sally Thomas
  • Kelly Coate
This book examines the processes that contribute to the disadvantaging of schools in deprived areas.

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Education in a Global City

Essays from London

  • Tim Brighouse
  • Leisha Fullick
This collection of essays maps new and developing strategies for successful urban education, and will be useful to educators and policy-makers not only in London but also in other cities operating in similar contexts.
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Essays from London

  • Tim Brighouse
  • Leisha Fullick
This collection of essays maps new and developing strategies for successful urban education, and will be useful to educators and policy-makers not only in London but also in other cities operating in similar contexts.

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Education, history and social change

The legacy of Brian Simon

  • Gary McCulloch
Gary McCulloch examines the legacy of Brian Simon, who was the leading and best known historian of education in the United Kingdom. He discusses the significance of Simon’s own relationship with the Institute of Education and outlines ways of building on Simon’s legacy to the history of education in the changing society of the twenty-first century.
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The legacy of Brian Simon

  • Gary McCulloch
Gary McCulloch examines the legacy of Brian Simon, who was the leading and best known historian of education in the United Kingdom. He discusses the significance of Simon’s own relationship with the Institute of Education and outlines ways of building on Simon’s legacy to the history of education in the changing society of the twenty-first century.

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