2 edition of The Social Agenda Of The School P&PE 12 (Policy & Practice in Education) found in the catalog.
The Social Agenda Of The School P&PE 12 (Policy & Practice in Education)
November 6, 2008
by Dunedin Academic Pr Ltd
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||96|
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Series Editors' Introduction; Acknowledgements; 1 The social agenda of the school; 2 Guidance and pastoral care; 3: Personal and social education (PSE); 4: Inclusion - aspects of theory, policy and practice; 5: Bringing it all together.
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