FORUM
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Volume 50 Number 2 2008

 


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Thugs, Hooligans and Snotty Noses: the implications of leading and managing an all-age school

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While there has been a tradition of all-age schooling within the private sector it has not, until recently, been typical in state schools. However, there appears to be a growing trend in which all-age schools, i.e. schools that comprise multiple phases (usually primary and secondary) are becoming more popular. This article summarises the main findings of research undertaken by the author into the implications for leading and managing all-age schools and suggests ideas for future research.


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HEIDI SWIDENBANK (2008) Thugs, Hooligans and Snotty Noses: the implications of leading and managing an all-age school, FORUM, 50(2), 225-234. http://doi.org/10.2304/forum.2008.50.2.225

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