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Understanding the Challenges for Disadvantaged Schools & The Winifred Mercier Public Lecture – 30th March 2011

Understanding the Challenges

for Disadvantaged Schools

Wednesday 30 March 2011, 3 – 5pm

Gandhi Hall, Headingley Campus

Launch of the ‘Leading Learning’ project

Special guest speaker Dr Ruth Lupton, London School of Economic

International Conference on
Education and Educational Psychology

IstanbulTurkey
19 – 22 October 2011

Dear Colleague,

We are honoured to announce you that; ICEEPSY 2011 will be held in Istanbul on 19 – 22 October 2011.ICEEPSY 2011 full text papers (oral presented, virtual/online presented & poster presented) will be published by Elsevier Ltd with an ISSN Number 1877-0428.

ICEEPSY 2011 already confirmed with participants from more than 30 countries, among them the USA, the UK, Canada, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Australia, Greece, China, Taiwan, Singapore, New Zealand, Japan, Romania, Malaysia and many more.

For being able to register during Standard Registration Period, send your abstract as soon as possible to iceepsy@iceepys.org .

We are Looking Forward to Meeting You in the City of the Cities, the amazing Istanbul.

Best Regards,
ICEEPSY 2011

Organization Committee

The International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology
http://www.iceepsy.org

PS: Procedia – Social and Behavioral Science, Volume 3, Issue 14, ICEEPSY 2010, Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Ltd, ISSN: 1877-0428 published

Dear Sir/ Madam,

I hope this finds you well. I write to notify you of the first call for papers for the newly established Ted Hughes Society Journal, information about which is given below, and on the attached flyer. I would be very grateful if you could circulate this email to any students, staff or other parties who may be interested. We look forward very much to receiving your submissions.

With many thanks,

Laura Webb
Secretary, Ted Hughes Society

CALL FOR PAPERS
The Ted Hughes Society Journal (Peer Reviewed)
would like invite the submission of papers for its first issue
Rather than offer a theme, the first issue aims to reflect the diversity of
research in Hughes studies which was in evidence at the recent Ted Hughes
conference in Cambridge.
Please visit our website
(www.thetedhughessociety.org) and
familiarise yourself with our submission guidelines.
All general enquiries regarding submissions or any other matter should be sent
to the following address: enquiries@thetedhughessociety.org
Closing Date: Friday 18th March 2011
The Ted Hughes Society Journal







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