Learning out of school: an exploration of poverty and children's educational relationships

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Muschamp, Y., Bullock, K., Ridge, T. and Wikeley, F. 2006. Learning out of school: an exploration of poverty and children's educational relationships.
AuthorsMuschamp, Y., Bullock, K., Ridge, T. and Wikeley, F.
TypeConference paper
Year2006
ConferenceEuropean Conference on Educational Research
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