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Laura Colucci-Gray and Donald Gray
Trying to do Socially Just Educational Research: Doing Things Differently
By Meg Maguire
A story of transforming teacher education
By Aileen Kennedy, Lizzie Hay and Becca McGovern
The Elusiveness of Equal Access to Educational Opportunity: Scotland, After a Decade of Inclusive Policies
By Janet Adam and John l'Anson
Partnership within the Context of Mentoring Initial Teacher Education Students in Scotland: Progress or Maintaining the Status Quo?
By Lorele Mackie
How do IT programmes support pre-service primary teachers to become competent and confident teachers of mathematics? A systematic review of interventions trialled in Scotland and the Republic of Ireland
By June Pisaneschi
Truth be told...it's my job and I'm told to do it': Teachers' Perspectives on Supporting Young people from black and minority ethnic groups in Glasgow Schools onto Positive Destinations
By Nighet Riaz
Education in the Scottish Parliament
About the Contributors
Engines of Privilege: Britain's private school problem, David Kynaston and Francis Green Bloomsbury. 2019.
Reviewed by: Reviewed by Joan Forbes, Honorary Professor in Education at the Centre for Child Wellbeing and Protection, University of Stirling
Education Governance and Social Theory: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Research. Andrew Wilkins & Antonio Olmedo (Eds.) Bloomsbury Academic. 2019
Reviewed by: Dr Denise Mifsud Associate Fellow EMCER (Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Educational Research)
Scottish Education (FIFTH EDITION) Edited by T. G. K. Bryce, W. M. Humes, D. Gillies and A. Kennedy Edinburgh University Press, 2018.
Reviewed by Ian Menter, Emeritus Professor of Teacher Education, University of Oxford