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Hunt, Frances (2007) Policy in practice: teacher-student conflict in South African schools. In: Leach, Fiona and Dunne, Mairead (eds.) Education, conflict and reconciliation: international perspectives. Peter Lang, Oxford, pp. 155-168. ISBN 9783039109456
Reports and working papers
Sabates, Ricardo, Akyeampong, Kwame, Westbrook, Jo and Hunt, Frances (2010) School Drop out: Patterns, Causes, Changes and Policies. Unset. UNESCO.
Sebba, Judy, Griffiths, Vivienne, Luckock, Barry, Hunt, Frances, Robinson, Carol and Flowers, Steve (2009) Youth-led innovation: enhancing the skills and capacity of the next generation of innovators. Project Report. National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts, London.
Hunt, Frances (2008) Dropping Out from School: A Cross Country Review of Literature. Project Report. Consortium for Research on Educational Access, Transitions and Equity (CREATE), Falmer, UK.
Akyeampong, Kwame, Djangmah, Jerome, Oduro, Abena, Seidu, Alhassan and Hunt, Frances (2007) Access to Basic Education in Ghana: The Evidence and the Issues. Unset. CREATE, Centre for International Education.
Akyeampong, Kwame, Djangmah, Jerome, Oduro, Abena, Seidu, Alhassan and Hunt, Frances (2007) Access to Basic Education in Ghana: The Evidence and the Issues. Project Report. Consortium for Research on Educational Access, Transitions and Equity (CREATE), Falmer, UK and Winneba, Ghana.
Hunt, Frances (2007) Communications in Education. Discussion Paper. DFID/IDS.
Conference or Workshop Item
Hunt, Frances (2006) Developing citizens in South African schools - an investigation into teacher / student relationships and the implications for student rights and active citizenship. In: BAICE Conference 2004: Education in the 21st Century: Conflict, Reconciliation and Reconstruction, University of Sussex, Brighton.
Hunt, Frances (2006) Race, rights and education in South Africa. In: The 8th UKFIET International Conference on Education and Development: 'Learning and Livelihood', 13 - 15 September 2005, University of Oxford, UK.