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Curriculum practices affecting retention in the senior secondary years

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Adams, M., Ball, S., Braithwaite, J. et al. Curriculum practices affecting retention in the senior secondary years. Aust. Educ. Res. 16, 53–65 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03219451

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Keywords

  • Interview Schedule
  • Curriculum Change
  • Government School
  • Catholic School
  • Sample School