Department for Work and Pensions Research Report No 450
Factors influencing social mobility
Dr. Alex Nunn, Dr. Steve Johnson, Dr. Surya Monro, Dr. Tim Bickerstaffe and Sarah Kelsey
A report of research carried out by the Policy Research Institute on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensi
PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS AS DETERMINANTS OF STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS
Adekoya Emmanuel Olusegun
This study investigated the influence of psychosocial factors on the achievement secondary school students in mathematics. The variables that were a
FACULTY OF EDUCATION UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MALAYSIA
FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO PROFICIENCY IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE AMONG CHINESE STUDENTS IN JOHOR BAHRU
OOI CHOON LEAN MP061113 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 581225-07-5846
SUPERVISOR ASSOC PROF DR AZIZI HJ YAHAYA
By Kirk A. Johnson, Ph.D.
Few would argue that advanced teacher training does not make a difference in student achievement. In fact, Professor William Sanders of the University of Tennessee argues persuasively that "the single most dominant factor affecting student academic gain is teacher effect.
FACTORS AFFECTING PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION AMONGST
NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN KENYA
Ms. Cornel Ragen
A THESIS PROPOSAL
This study seeks to address the factors affecting project implementation in an organization wit
What social factors have driven the spread of HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa?
The Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is a disease of the immune system caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). HIV is transmitted via unprotected sexual intercourse, contaminated blood transfusion, cont
This research will be looking into the moral, social-conventional and personal reasoning that co-exist in children’s evaluations of inclusion and exclusion, racial prejudice and gender differences. It is noted that the priority given to these forms of judgments varies by the age of the child, the
M.A. Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Masters of Arts Degree in Peace and Conflict Studies
EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY CENTRE FOR PEACE STUDIES, AUSTRIA
Emerging from the Shadows: Finding a Place for Children Born of War
By Zahra Ismail
Thesis Advisors: Zulfiya Tur
Defining Quality in Education
A paper presented by UNICEF at the meeting of The International Working Group on Education Florence, Italy June 2000
Working Paper Series Education Section Programme Division United Nations Children's Fund New York, NY, USA
Defining Quality in Education Copyri
Characteristics & Behaviours of Innovative People in Organisations
A paper prepared for NESTA Policy and Research Unit (NPRU)
Professor Fiona Patterson Dr Máire Kerrin Geraldine Gatto-Roissard
City University, London
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Abuse of Parents by Their Teenage Children
- What is Parent Abuse?
- Who is Likely to be Violent?
- Who is Being Abused?
- What is the Effect on the Family?
- Why is the Abuse Happening?
- Ending the Abuse
- Ultimate Goal: Regaining
Guidelines for principals and boards of trustees for managing
behaviour that may or may not lead to stand-downs,
suspensions, exclusions and expulsions
Removing students from schools has huge academic and social consequences
both for the stude
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