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Educational Review

Educational Review Article of the Year Award

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Educational Review is pleased to offer an Article of the Year Award for the best piece of research published in the journal within a given year. 

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Educational Review

Language: en-US

Publisher: tandf

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Educational Review Article of the Year Award

2018-WinnerMichael W. AppleRightist gains and critical scholarship701
2018-Runner UpAudrey Osler & Hugh StarkeyExtending the theory and practice of education for cosmopolitan citizenship701
2017-WinnerTeresa Lehane
“SEN’s completely different now”: critical discourse analysis of three “Codes of Practice for Special Educational Needs” (1994, 2001, 2015)691
2017-WinnerCheng Yong Tan
Conceptual diversity, moderators, and theoretical issues in quantitative studies of cultural capital theory695
2016-WinnerP. Earley, S. Bubb, D. Eddy-Spicer, M. Crawford & C. James
Governing bodies, headteacher performance and pay: the role of external advisers683
2016-Runner UpM. Gómez, T. Morata & J. Trilla
Childhood participation experiences in the memory682
2016-Runner UpImran Mogra
The “Trojan Horse” affair and radicalisation: an analysis of Ofsted reports684
2015-WinnerMargery McMahon, Christine Forde & Beth Dickson
Reshaping teacher education through the professional continuum672
2015-Runner UpSally Tomlinson
Is a sociology of special and inclusive education possible?673
2015-Runner UpCarolyn Jackson, Steve Dempster & Lucie Pollard
“They just don’t seem to really care, they just think it’s cool to sit there and talk”: laddism in university teaching-learning contexts673
2014-WinnerCarol Fuller
Social Capital and the role of trust in aspirations for higher education662
2014-Runner UpJennifer Buckingham, Robyn Beaman & Kevin Wheldall
Why poor children are more likely to become poor readers: the early years664
2014-Runner UpS. Wilder
Effects of parental involvement on academic achievement: a meta-synthesis663
2013-WinnerGale Macleod, Anne Pirrie, Gillean McCluskey & MairiAnn Cullen
Parents of excluded pupils: customers, partners, problems?654
2013-Runner UpManuel Souto-Otero
Neo-liberalism and continuing vocational training governance in the UK: an examination of three theoretical accounts651

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