Mortimore Peter, Sammons Pamela & Stoll Louise et al. (1988). School Matters : The Junior Years. Berkeley : Open Books.
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BibTeX citation key: Mortimore1988
Keywords: effet Ă©tablissement
Creators: Ecoh, Lewis, Mortimore, Sammons, Stoll
Publisher: Open Books (Berkeley)
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Based on one of the largest surveys of primary school effectiveness ever undertaken--the researchers monitored the progress of nearly 2000 students in 50 British inner-city primary schools for four years--School Matters not only shows exactly what goes on in primary schools--it shows how they vary in their success and explains why.
Among the many important and hopeful results:
- Schooling IS more important for pupils' progress than background.
- High expectations DO have an effect on pupil achievement.
- Schools CAN change.
The report identifies 12 key factors-all within the control of the school-that lead to effective education. Effective schools increase the progress of ALL pupils.
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