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Health financing policy & implementation in fragile & conflict-affected settings: A synthesis of evidence and policy recommendations (World Health Organization, 2019)The motivation for the paper is to review existing health financing policy recommendations and consider whether, and if so how, these need revising given the challenging context of FCAS. The paper aims to inform policy ...
(Glendale Education, 2017-10-27)Let us be clear from the start: the issue is not whether to use phonics to teach reading. Phonics has been a central aspect of teaching children to read for centuries. Phonics is about linking sounds to letters, so it ...
(Routledge, 2020-01-22)Terry Wrigley engages with Philpott & Poultney’s (2018) chapter on randomized control trials (RCTs), particularly the debates around whether they are a useful approach for informing teaching and school development. He ...
(Trentham Books, 2012-07-30)Forty years ago it was easy to believe that child poverty had disappeared from modern Britain. It belonged in the past or to distant places – images of Oliver Twist or African famine victims would spring to mind. It was ...
(The Centre for Labour and Social Studies, 2014-04-16)This paper provides a review of curriculum change under successive governments, highlighting the damage caused by intensive ministerial control and the impact of political ideologies of neoliberal functionalism and ...