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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Education and Social Justice.
About the contributors
Wilma Barrow, Simon Gibbs, Pippa Kendall, Wilma Resing & Sue Roffey
Psychosocial justice: Always more-than to consider
Tim Corcoran & Stephen Vassallo
How can school-parental participation support the generation of social capital for parents?
Jonathan Cleland & David Lumsdon
Facilitators and barriers of co-production of services with children and young people within education, health and care services
Naomi Boswell & Kevin Woods
Black boys’ experiences of exclusion and reintegration in mainstream secondary schools
Three positive approaches to school discipline: Are they compatible with social justice principles?
Laura Oxley & George W. Holden
An exploration of the use of low-level behaviour management systems in secondary schools: Using student views, psychology and social justice to guide educational psychology practice
Liz Hampton & Lata Ramoutar
The English Baccalaureate and devaluation of the arts in school: Students’ perceptions of subject value, and the psychological and social impact
Emma Speed, Miles Thomas & Helena Bunn
‘There’s a school community but not everyone is happy about it’: Experiences of school as a community among Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children
Lucy Pollock & Wilma Barrow
Series: Educational and Child Psychology