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The extent to which education interventions have been studied and the range of effects typically observed

Kay, Jonathan; Higgins, Steve E.; Aguilera, Alaidde Berenice Villanueva; Dobson, Emma Sian; Gascoine, Louise; Katsipataki, Maria; Rajab, Taha; Zaman, Mohammad; Ellis-Thompson, Amy; Madgwick, Harry; Patel, Rupal; Blausten, Hannah

Authors

Jonathan Kay

Steve E. Higgins

Alaidde Berenice Villanueva Aguilera

Emma Dobson e.s.dobson@durham.ac.uk
PGR Student Doctor of Philosophy

Louise Gascoine

Maria Katsipataki

Taha Rajab

Mohammad Zaman

Amy Ellis-Thompson

Harry Madgwick

Rupal Patel

Hannah Blausten



Contributors

E.A. Vickers
Editor

K. Pugh
Editor

L. Gupta
Editor

Citation

Kay, J., Higgins, S. E., Aguilera, A. B. V., Dobson, E. S., Gascoine, L., Katsipataki, M., …Blausten, H. The extent to which education interventions have been studied and the range of effects typically observed. In E. Vickers, K. Pugh, & L. Gupta (Eds.), Reimagining Education: The International Science and Evidence based Education Assessment. UNESCO MGIEP. https://doi.org/10.56383/hfey6916

Deposit Date Oct 3, 2022
Book Title Reimagining Education: The International Science and Evidence based Education Assessment
ISBN 9789391756048
DOI https://doi.org/10.56383/hfey6916