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Title: Assessment and Social Justice
Author(s): Gardner, John
Holmes, Bryn
Leitch, Ruth
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Citation: Gardner J, Holmes B & Leitch R (2009) Assessment and Social Justice. National Foundation for Educational Research. Futurelab literature review, Report 16. Slough: Futurelab.
Issue Date: 2009
Date Deposited: 22-Mar-2021
Publisher: Futurelab
Series/Report no.: Futurelab literature review, Report 16
Abstract: First paragraph: Social justice refers to the concept of a society affording individuals and groups fair treatment and an impartial share of the benefits of that society. It is crucial in relation to children and young people who have little control over their environment or circumstances, and have little say over much of what happens to them in schools in the name of testing and assessment.
Type: Research Report
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Concordia University
Queen's University Belfast
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