Ulster boost

22nd April 2005 at 01:00
Two major research institutions have launched a partnership to provide evidence of what works for practioners and policy-makers in Northern Ireland.

The National Foundation for Educational Research and the Graduate School of Education at Queen's university, Belfast, hope their new centre, the NFER at Queen's, will play a key role in the debate about the future of education in the Province.

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