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Sylva, K.; Melhuish, Edward C.; Sammons, P.; Siraj-Blatchford, I.; Taggart, B. (2008)
Publisher: DCSF Publications
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: psyc

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mesheuropmc: sense organs, education, genetic structures, eye diseases
The Effective Pre-school and Primary Education project (EPPE 3-11) is Europe’s largest longitudinal study, which uses multi-level modelling to investigate the effects of pre-school and primary education on pupils’ developmental outcomes.\ud \ud This report explores individual, family and home learning environment (HLE) influences on pupils’ developmental outcomes at age 11. The educational influences of primary school are also investigated, showing how the academic effectiveness of each primary school is related to pupils’ outcomes.\ud \ud Also covered are the associations between pupils’ outcomes and their self-perceptions and views of school at age 10, as well as the impact of other factors such as pupil mobility, season of birth and out of school learning activities.
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