Pathways to Belonging

Contemporary Research in School Belonging

Kelly-Ann Allen (Editor), Christopher Boyle (Editor)

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Abstract

School belonging should be a priority across every facet of education. The research on school belonging for positive student outcomes has been widely accepted and findings demonstrating its role as a protective factor against mental ill health and youth suicide are too compelling to ignore. In an age where it has been argued that academic achievement is prioritised over wellbeing, the editors bring the importance of school belonging back to the fore in educational policy and planning. This book is the most comprehensive compendium of its kind on the topic of school belonging. A foreword by Professor John Hattie of The University of Melbourne sets the scene for an engaging look at how school belonging is quintessential in contemporary schooling.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationThe Netherlands
PublisherBrill
Number of pages230
Edition1st
ISBN (Electronic)9789004386969
ISBN (Print)9789004386570, 9789004386594
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 24 Sep 2018
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • general education
  • youth
  • education
  • social sciences
  • youth & adolescence
  • education policy & politics

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Allen, Kelly-Ann (Editor) ; Boyle, Christopher (Editor). / Pathways to Belonging : Contemporary Research in School Belonging. 1st ed. The Netherlands : Brill, 2018. 230 p.
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