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Occasional and working papers available from the School of Education

Series includes monographs of topical interest and academic research reports

The Occasional Papers consist of monographs on issues of topical interest written by staff and students in the School whilst the Working Papers usually consist of around four research reports of a standard length for an academic journal. Items from the series and information on how to submit an article for consideration to the Editorical Group can be obtained from the School of Education.

Occasional Papers

No 1 - Fogelman, K (1999) 
The Development of Comprehensive Secondary Schools in England and Wales

No 2 - Osler, A (2001) 
Teachers' Changing Lives: Survival, Success and Subversion

No 3 - Busher, H, Barker, B and Wortley, A (2001) 
School Leaders and Organisational Change in Turbulent Times

No 4 - Cooper, P (2003) 
Dealing with Pride and Prejudice: Sense and Sensibility in the Education of Children with Emotional, Social and Behavioural Difficulties

Working Papers

No 1 - Toal, J, Stokes, C, Moore, P and Rogers, L (2000) 
Teacher Development in Primary, Secondary and Special

No 2 – McGee, I, Nock, S, Coverdale-Jones, T and Abramvitz, R (2001) 
Culture, Gender and Personhood: Discourse for Learning Life Opportunities

No 3 - Rantissi, G, Yariv, E, Katz, E and Ron, T (2002) 
Addressing Conflict Between Teachers’ Professional Needs and Organisational Demands

No 4 - Chacra, Z A, Akhras, C S, Assi, N E and Karkoulian, S (2002) 
Research in Education in Lebanon

  • To request an order form or for further details, including information on how to submit an article to the Editorial Group for consideration for the series, please contact Vicky Orton, Research Office, School of Education, 21 University Road, Leicester, telephone +44 (0)116 252 5794, fax +44 (0)116 252 3653, email

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