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Does immigration background matter? : How teachers' predictions of students' performance relate to student background

Does immigration background matter? : How teachers' predictions of students' performance relate to student background

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HACHFELD, Axinja, Yvonne ANDERS, Sascha SCHROEDER, Petra STANAT, Mareike KUNTER, 2010. Does immigration background matter? : How teachers' predictions of students' performance relate to student background. In: International Journal of Educational Research. 49(2-3), pp. 78-91. ISSN 0883-0355. eISSN 1873-538X

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