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Arabic complementary schools in the context of fundamental British values: a community’s ambitions for consensual diversity and the risks of diasporic disconnect

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Arabic complementary schools in the context of fundamental British values : a community’s ambitions for consensual diversity and the risks of diasporic disconnect. / Szczepek Reed, Beatrice; Said , Fatma ; Davies, Ian; Bengsch, Geraldine.

In: British Journal of Educational Studies, 22.01.2020.

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Szczepek Reed, B, Said , F, Davies, I & Bengsch, G 2020, 'Arabic complementary schools in the context of fundamental British values: a community’s ambitions for consensual diversity and the risks of diasporic disconnect', British Journal of Educational Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/00071005.2020.1713297

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Szczepek Reed, B., Said , F., Davies, I., & Bengsch, G. (2020). Arabic complementary schools in the context of fundamental British values: a community’s ambitions for consensual diversity and the risks of diasporic disconnect. British Journal of Educational Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/00071005.2020.1713297

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Szczepek Reed B, Said F, Davies I, Bengsch G. Arabic complementary schools in the context of fundamental British values: a community’s ambitions for consensual diversity and the risks of diasporic disconnect. British Journal of Educational Studies. 2020 Jan 22. https://doi.org/10.1080/00071005.2020.1713297

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Szczepek Reed, Beatrice ; Said , Fatma ; Davies, Ian ; Bengsch, Geraldine. / Arabic complementary schools in the context of fundamental British values : a community’s ambitions for consensual diversity and the risks of diasporic disconnect. In: British Journal of Educational Studies. 2020.

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