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Abstract:Average levels of pupil achievement in religiously affiliated primary schools seem to be higher than in the secular sector. Research by Stephen Gibbons and Olmo Silva examines whether faith schools really are better or if their pupils are just different.
CentrePiece 12 (1) Summer 2007 pages: 24-25
This article summarises Faith Primary Schools: Better Schools or Better Pupils, CEE Discussion Paper 72
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