Critical and alternative perspectives on Education Effectiveness and Improvement Research
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Educational effectiveness research (EER), especially over the past twenty years, has investigated the relationship between student outcomes and the key char acteristics of schools that make a difference. It has been international in scope, with a central focus on achievement of students from a wide range of social backgrounds. The field has not been without its critics, their issues concerned primarily with what are seen as the narrow compass of its focus, the methodo logies that have been employed, and its applications in different national and cultural contexts.
The Routledge International Handbook of Educational Effectiveness and Improvement
Educational Administration, Management and Leadership