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Research outputs: LEARNING
2020 Complexities of difference and their significance for managing inequality in learning: lessons from the COVID-19 crisis
The purpose of this viewpoint is to argue for an enlarged understanding and approach to the question of inequality and education. While much...
In this brief engagement, in which I draw on both my own work and the work of several commentators and scholars on the state of our contempo...
The global learning community, led by researchers in fields such as psychology, sociology and pedagogics, had arrived at a consensus about t...