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Understanding and Developing Inclusive Practices in Schools

Grant reference: L139251001

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Teaching reforms and the impact of paid adult support on participation and learning in mainstream schools
In the first of our three articles focusing on the role of support staff, Andrew Howes considers some of the implications for the deployment of support staff of Raising Standards and Tackling Workload: a National Agreement. He considers that the wider impact of this proposed deployment has been insufficiently explored in the Agreement. Here he reviews the literature to establish what is known about the impact of support staff in mainstream schools and what the possible outcomes might be if professional roles are reworked in the ways proposed.
Original Document
10.1046/j.0268-2141.2003.00300.x
English

Primary contributor

Author Andrew Howes

Additional details

18
4
Yes
0268-2141
Blackwell Publishing
01 November 2003
147-153
Oxford
Post-print
Support for learning : British journal of learning support

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Harvard

Howes, Andrew (2003) Teaching reforms and the impact of paid adult support on participation and learning in mainstream schools. Support for learning : British journal of learning support. 18 (4), pp. 147-153 Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Vancouver

Howes Andrew. Teaching reforms and the impact of paid adult support on participation and learning in mainstream schools. Support for learning : British journal of learning support 2003; 18 (4): 147-153.