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Educational Review

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Educational Review is a leading journal for generic educational research and scholarship. For over half a century it has offered authoritative reviews of current national and international issues in schooling and education. It publishes peer-reviewed papers from international contributors which report research across a range of education fields including curriculum, inclusive and special education, educational psychology, policy, management and international and comparative education.

Sample some of the Educational Review's best articles in the Hall of Fame Collection below.

You can also read Educational Review's Hall of Fame special issue here. The special issue contains updates and response articles to those papers highlighted in bold below.

Article titleAuthor(s)VolumeIssueYear
Doing things the ‘right’ way: legitimating educational inequalities in conservative timesMichael W. Apple5732005
Student voice and the perils of popularityJean Rudduck & Michael Fielding5822006
Understanding Learning CulturesPhil Hodkinson, Gert Biesta & David James5942007
Global citizenship: abstraction or framework for action?Lynn Davies5812006
Barriers to parental involvement in education: an explanatory modelGarry Hornby & Rayleen Lafaele6312011
Learning for Cosmopolitan Citizenship: Theoretical debates and young people's experiencesAudrey Osler & Hugh Starkey5532003
Evaluating the relationship between physical education, sport and social inclusionRichard Bailey5712005
Differential teacher attention to boys and girls in the classroomRobyn Beaman, Kevin Wheldall & Coral Kemp5832006
Relational agency and disposition in sociocultural accounts of learning to teachAnne Edwards & Carmen D'arcy5622004
The paradox of professionalism in English Further Education: a TLC project perspectiveDenis Gleeson & David James5942007
Teachers as ‘managed professionals’ in the global education industry: the New Zealand experienceJohn Codd5722005
Reflections on activity theoryDavid Bakhurst6122009
The role of physical activity/sport in tackling youth disaffection and anti‐social behaviourRachel A. Sandford, Rebeeca Duncombe & Kathy M. Armour6042008
Dynamic Assessment in Educational Settings: Realising potentialJulian Elliott5512003
The causes of non‐attendance: an empirical studyKen Reid6042008
Can restorative practices in schools make a difference?Gillean McClusky, Gwynedd Lloyd, Jean Kane, Sheila Riddell, Joan Stead & Elisabet Weedon6042008
School truancy and the disciplinary problems of bullying victimsBillie Gastic6042008
Scaffolds or straitjackets? Critical moments in classroom discourseDebra Myhill & Pauline Warren5712005
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