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Cambridge Journal of Education
Volume 47 Number 1 March 2017



Exploring the relative lack of impact of research on ‘ability grouping’ in England: a discourse analytic account
Becky Francis, Louise Archer, Jeremy Hodgen, David Pepper, Becky Taylor & Mary-Claire Travers

Teachers’ professional development through university-school partnerships: theoretical standpoints and evidence from two case studies in Chile
Valeska Grau, María Calcagni, David Preiss & Dominga Ortiz

Old and new cultures of valuation in research on the value of higher education: using concepts from the capability approach
Yvonne Downs

Aesthetic experience and creativity in art education: Erhenzwieg and the primal syncretistic perception of the child
Alain Savoie

Young children’s reading for pleasure with digital books: six key facets of engagement
Natalia Kucirkova, Karen Littleton & Teresa Cremin

Understanding Bilingual Education: an Overview of Key Notions in the Literature and Implications for China University EFL Education
Ping Wang

Learning outdoors and living well? Conceptual prospects for enhancing curriculum planning and pedagogical practices
Malcolm Thorburn & Peter Allison

Joining together or pushing apart? Building relationships and exploring difference through shared education in Northern Ireland
Rebecca Loader & Joanne Hughes

The sustainability of a teacher professional development programme for beginning urban teachers
Lisa Gaikhorst, Monique Volman, Bonne Zijlstra & Jos Beishuizen

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