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Founded in 2003 by the UCL Institute of Education, the journal reflects the Institute's broad interests in all types of education in all contexts - local, national, global - and its commitment to analysis across disciplines using a variety of methodologies. It shares the Institute's aspiration to interrogate links between research, policy and practice, and its principled concern for social justice.

Drawing on these strengths, LRE is a wide-ranging and engaging journal that features rigorous analysis and significant research across key themes in education, including: public goals and policies; pedagogy; curriculum; organization; resources and technology; and institutional effectiveness. Articles and book reviews are written by experts in education, psychology, sociology, policy studies, philosophy and other disciplines contributing to education research, and by experienced researcher-practitioners working in the field. The highest quality of reporting and presentation are ensured through an independent, anonymised peer-review process. As an entirely web-based open access journal, LRE has been able to offer innovative features and formats including: epistolary conversation; colour photos and illustrations; illustrative video clips.

LRE welcomes relevant articles and book reviews. Please email them to [email protected]

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Please see publication homepage for deadlines and how to submit articles on these and other subjects.

Publisher: UCL IOE Press

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Volume 3, Number 3, November 2005
There's More to Learning than Earning

Editorial

Open Access What can policy learn from the research on the wider benefits of learning?
pp. 177-190(14)
Authors: Bynner, John; Feinstein, Leon

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Open Access Education, learned effectiveness and health
pp. 205-220(16)
Authors: Mirowsky, John; Ross, Catherine E.

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Open Access Effects of mothers' education on parenting: an investigation across three generations
pp. 239-264(26)
Authors: Duckworth, Kathryn; Sabates, Ricardo

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Open Access The effects of adult learning on self-efficacy
pp. 265-287(23)
Authors: Hammond, Cathie; Feinstein, Leon

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Open Access Can adult education change extremist attitudes?
pp. 289-309(21)
Authors: Preston, John; Feinstein, Leon; Anderson, T. Marion

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