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Sideline censorship and engage children in books with difficult themes
What has become of the four in 10 teachers who escaped the profession
Implementing debates in the primary classroom
Collaboration can be wonderful, but not every teacher has selfless motives
Which intervention strategies have the best chance of closing the attainment gap
Testing GaPs: It Makes One Gasp
If music is a right, not a privilege, why are some schools without instruments?
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Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd; First Edition edition
Discover numerous activities for using talk to support writing, all supported by detailed research in the classroom.
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