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What are the factors that promote high post-16 participation of many minority ethnic groups? A focused review of the UK-based aspirations literature

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What are the factors that promote high post-16 participation of many minority ethnic groups? A focused review of the UK-based aspirations literature. / Torgerson, C.J.; Gorard, S ; Low, Graham David; Ainsworth, H.; See, B.H.; Wright, K.

Research Evidence in Education Library Report no 1608. London : EPPI-Centre, Social Sciences Research Unit, Institue of Education, University of London, 2008.

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Torgerson, CJ, Gorard, S, Low, GD, Ainsworth, H, See, BH & Wright, K 2008, What are the factors that promote high post-16 participation of many minority ethnic groups? A focused review of the UK-based aspirations literature. in Research Evidence in Education Library Report no 1608. EPPI-Centre, Social Sciences Research Unit, Institue of Education, University of London, London.

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Torgerson, C. J., Gorard, S., Low, G. D., Ainsworth, H., See, B. H., & Wright, K. (2008). What are the factors that promote high post-16 participation of many minority ethnic groups? A focused review of the UK-based aspirations literature. In Research Evidence in Education Library Report no 1608 London: EPPI-Centre, Social Sciences Research Unit, Institue of Education, University of London.

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Torgerson CJ, Gorard S, Low GD, Ainsworth H, See BH, Wright K. What are the factors that promote high post-16 participation of many minority ethnic groups? A focused review of the UK-based aspirations literature. In Research Evidence in Education Library Report no 1608. London: EPPI-Centre, Social Sciences Research Unit, Institue of Education, University of London. 2008

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Torgerson, C.J. ; Gorard, S ; Low, Graham David ; Ainsworth, H. ; See, B.H. ; Wright, K. / What are the factors that promote high post-16 participation of many minority ethnic groups? A focused review of the UK-based aspirations literature. Research Evidence in Education Library Report no 1608. London : EPPI-Centre, Social Sciences Research Unit, Institue of Education, University of London, 2008.

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