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Kington, Alison and Day, C. and Sammons, P. and Regan, E. and Brown, E. and Gunraj, J. (2012) What Makes Teachers Effective?: Profiles of Innovative Classroom Practice. In: The Routledge International Handbook of Teacher and School Development. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415669702

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Day, C. and Sammons, P. and Hopkins, D. and Harris, A. and Leithwood, K. and Gu, Q. and Brown, E. and Kington, Alison (2009) The Impact of School Leadership on Pupil Outcomes. Final Report. Project Report. DCFS, London.

Day, C. and Sammons, P. and Kington, Alison and Regan, E. and Ko, J. and Brown, E. and Gunraj, J. and Robertson, D. (2008) Effective Classroom Practice: A Mixed Method Study of Influences and Outcomes. End of Award Report. Project Report. Economic and Social Research Council, Swindon.

Kington, Alison and Brown, E. and Day, C. and Regan, E. and Gunraj, J. and Sammons, P. (2008) Findings from Secondary Teachers’ Interview Data. Working paper ECP/09. Working Paper. University of Nottingham, Nottingham [online].

Brown, E. and Kington, Alison and Day, C. (2008) What Do Effective Teachers Look Like? How Do Effective Teachers See Themselves? Findings from Primary and Secondary Teacher Data. Project Report. Economic and Social Research Council, Swindon.

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Kington, Alison and Sammons, P. and Regan, E. and Brown, E. and Ko, J. and Buckler, Scott (2014) Effective Classroom Practice. McGraw Hill, Maidenhead. ISBN Print: 9780335247127 Ebook: 9780335247134

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