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HIERD Publication Curriculum, Effectiveness, Equity is Now Available

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Our volume Curriculum, Effectiveness, Equity, edited by HIERD senior research fellow Anikó Fehérvári, is now available online for free.

The book – written in English – contains 10 chapters by our colleagues, summarising the most important research results of the projects realised in the Hungarian Institute for Educational Research and Development in the past few years. The volume addresses two major issues: curriculum development and challenges related to teaching disadvantaged students. The first includes subject-specific developments (for example the reform of history teaching), research related to programmes of all-day schools (such as complex art and science education) and the introduction of compulsory community service in secondary schools. The second shows how disadvantaged students can benefit from these development programs. School climate, pedagogical added value, the quality of teachers, the school’s external links and embeddedness in the local community are explored, and the whole volume concludes with an outlook to disadvantaged students in higher education. The authors of the volume are József Kaposi, Andrea Pallag, Mónika Réti, Janka Kalocsai, Attila Varga, Márton Bodó, Anna Imre, Krisztián Széll, Anikó Fehérvári and Marianna Szemerszki.

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