Daniel Muijs

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  • Daniel Muijs
  • The British journal of educational psychology
  • 2017
BACKGROUND Bullying remains a persistent phenomenon in schools, but the extent to which day-to-day policies and practices relate to bullying prevalence has not been widely studied. In this study, we use an educational effectiveness framework to interrogate this relationship. AIMS The aim was to study the relationship between school factors and prevalence(More)
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This article performs exploratory research using a mixed-methods approach (structural equation modelling and a thematic analysis of interview data) to analyse the ways in which socioeconomic disparities in voting patterns are reproduced through inequalities in education in different national contexts, and the role of self-efficacy in this process. The(More)
This article outlines the findings from a recent research study that explored the ways in which continuing professional development is being evaluated in schools. It focuses upon the extent to which schools are gauging the impact of continuing professional development (CPD) particularly at the classroom level. The article provides a contemporary overview of(More)
School-to-school collaboration as a school improvement method has grown in importance in England in recent years, and there is some evidence that such collaboration can have a positive impact on both capacity to change and student attainment. Most previous work in the area has focused on the urban context, however, despite the fact that increasing numbers(More)
Traditionally, schools have been largely single purpose institutions, devoted to educating children of a particular age and stage of learning. Depending on the educational culture of the particular country additional pastoral goals may be more or less developed and important, and in different contexts factors such as well-being, attitudes to learning and(More)
Educational effectiveness research (EER) has made a significant contribution to our understanding of the characteristics and processes associated with more and less effective schools in a diverse range of contexts. However, this remains a contested field of inquiry and has been subjected to significant critique. This paper examines the origins and(More)