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This paper examines the wishes expressed by parents in relation to the education of their children who are in the advanced stages of a life-threatening condition. They hope that through participating in education, their children will achieve success or fulfill their potential, experience peer friendship or, at least, companionship, have interests and(More)
This paper examines selected issues arising from two studies in mainstream education of two minority groupings of children in Scotland-those with serious medical conditions and refugee children-completed in 1997 and 1999, respectively. It draws on first-person accounts of children, parents and teachers and focuses on school-based peer relationships,(More)
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