Items where SHU Author is "Coldron, John"
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COLDRON, John (2013). Admissions to English primary and secondary schools. In: Matching in Practice Workshops, September 2013. (Submitted)
COLDRON, John (2012). Access, justice and education: : two characterisations of injustice in relation to schooling. In: Fourth Workshop “Matching in Practice”, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, 15 November 2012.
COLDRON, John (2011). Available educational identities: an exploration of kinds of pupils, parents and teachers constituted through classification in the educational field. In: European Conference of Educational Researchers, Berlin, 13-16 September 2011.
COLDRON, John (2011). Elective identity, social segregation and parental choice. In: BERA Conference at the Institute of Education, London, 6th-8th September 2011. (Unpublished)
COLDRON, J. (2010). Nelson Goodman’s general theory of symbols: can it help characterise some educational concerns? In: European conference of education research, Helsinki, 25-27 August 2010. 1-18. (Submitted)
COLDRON, John, CRIPPS, Caroline and SHIPTON, Lucy (2010). What can be done to mitigate the persistent social segregation of secondary schools in England? In: Part of a Keynote Symposia, BERA, Warwick, September 2010.
COLDRON, John, CRIPPS, Caroline, SHIPTON, Lucy and STIELL, Bernadette (2009). Fair school admissions: What is the contribution of the Choice Advice initiative. In: British Education Research Conference, Manchester , September 2009. 1-28.
COLDWELL, M. R., COLDRON, J. H. and SMITH, R. (2008). Active social location in schools: professional development for the whole school workforce? In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, Edinburgh, 4 September 2008.
COLDRON, J. H., TANNER, E., FINCH, S., SHIPTON, L., WOLSTENHOLME, C., WILLIS, B., DEMACK, S. and STIELL, B. (2008). Secondary school admissions. Project Report. London, Department for Children, Schools and Families.
COLDRON, J. (1982). A critical exposition of Nelson Goodman’s concept of metaphorical exemplification. Masters, University of Sheffield.