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Veiled and Overt School Choice: A Consideration of the Ways in Which Different Forms of School Choice Affect Student Experiences

Subjects: School Choice, Educational Policy, Student Experience, Student Attitudes, Secondary School Students, School Attitudes, Negative Attitudes, Interviews, School Choice, School Choice, Educational Policy, Student Experience, Student Attitudes, Secondary School Students, School Attitudes, Negative Attitudes, Interviews, Educational Policy, School Choice, Educational Policy, Student Experience, Student Attitudes, Secondary School Students, School Attitudes, Negative Attitudes, Interviews, Student Experience, School Choice, Educational Policy, Student Experience, Student Attitudes, Secondary School Students, School Attitudes, Negative Attitudes, Interviews, Student Attitudes, School Choice, Educational Policy, Student Experience, Student Attitudes, Secondary School Students, School Attitudes, Negative Attitudes, Interviews, Secondary School Students, School Choice, Educational Policy, Student Experience, Student Attitudes, Secondary School Students, School Attitudes, Negative Attitudes, Interviews, School Attitudes, School Choice, Educational Policy, Student Experience, Student Attitudes, Secondary School Students, School Attitudes, Negative Attitudes, Interviews, Negative Attitudes, School Choice, Educational Policy, Student Experience, Student Attitudes, Secondary School Students, School Attitudes, Negative Attitudes, Interviews, Interviews, School Choice, Educational Policy, Student Experience, Student Attitudes, Secondary School Students, School Attitudes, Negative Attitudes, Interviews, Foreign CountriesUnited Kingdom (England)Education Reform Act 1988 (England)

  • Source: British Educational Research Journal, v35 n4 p539-555 Aug 2009. 17 pp.

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A Deluge of Directives: Conflict between Collegiality and Managerialism in the Post-ERA Primary School.

Subjects: Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Administrative Policy, Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Administrative Problems, Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Administrator Characteristics, Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Educational Administration, Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Educational Change, Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Educational Policy, Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Elementary Education, Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Foreign Countries, Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Government School Relationship, Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Participative Decision Making, Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, School Administration, Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Administrative Policy, Administrative Problems, Administrator Characteristics, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Government School Relationship, Participative Decision Making, School Administration, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Teacher CollaborationUnited Kingdom (England)Education Reform Act 1988 (England)

  • Source: British Educational Research Journal, v22 n4 p441-58 Sep 1996.

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