Hilferty, F
Hilferty, F
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Theorising teacher professionalism as an enacted discourse of power
F Hilferty
British Journal of Sociology of Education 29 (2), 161-173, 2008
1282008
Is headspace making a difference to young people's lives?
F Hilferty, R Cassells, K Muir, I Katz
Social Policy Research Centre (UNSW), 2016
672016
Teacher professionalism and cultural diversity: Skills, knowledge and values for a changing Australia
F Hilferty
The Australian Educational Researcher 35 (3), 53-70, 2008
542008
The implications of poverty on children's readiness to learn
F Hilferty, G Redmond, I Katz
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 35 (4), 63-71, 2010
312010
Contesting the curriculum: An examination of professionalism as defined and enacted by Australian history teachers
F Hilferty
Curriculum Inquiry 37 (3), 239-261, 2007
302007
The Implications of Poverty on Children's Readiness to Learn: Focusing paper prepared for the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth
F Hilferty, G Redmond, I Katz
Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth., 2009
142009
Teacher professionalism defined and enacted: A comparative case study of two subject teaching associations
FM Hilferty
University of Sydney, 2004
142004
Is headspace making a difference to young people’s lives? Final Report of the independent evaluation of the headspace program.(SPRC report 08/2015)
F Hilferty, R Cassells, K Muir, A Duncan, D Christensen, F Mitrou, I Katz
Social Policy Research Centre, 2015
132015
The evaluation of Brighter Futures, NSW Community Services' early intervention program
F Hilferty, K Mullan, K Van Gool, S Chan, C Eastman, RD Reeve, K Heese, ...
Social Policy Research Centre, 2010
122010
Is headspace making a difference to young people’s lives? Final Report of the independent evaluation of the headspace program. Sydney
F Hilferty, R Cassells, K Muir, A Duncan, D Christensen, F Mitrou, G Gao, ...
New South Wales: Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, 2015
72015
Why don't multi-agency child welfare initiatives deliver? A counterpoint to best practice literature. Sydney: Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales
K Valentine, F Hilferty
72012
Why Don't Multi-agency Child Welfare Initiatives Deliver?: A Counterpoint to Best Practice Literature
K Valentine, F Hilferty
Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, 2012
72012
Homelessness amongst Australian veterans: Final report of the AHURI inquiry
F Hilferty, I Katz, M Van Hooff, E Lawrence-Wood, F Zmudzki, A Searle, ...
Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI), Melbourne. https …, 2019
62019
Workforce issues across the family relationship services sector: Models, responses and strategies
N Cortis, S Chan, F Hilferty
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2009
62009
Subject associations: Tribal cliques or unifying networks
F Hilferty
Annual Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Sydney, 2000
52000
Keep Them Safe Evaluation Framework: Final report
E Adamson, L Bromfield, B Edwards, M Gray, F Hilferty, I Katz, ...
Sydney: Department of Premier and Cabinet, 2010
42010
Labour dynamics and the non-government community services workforce in NSW
N Cortis, F Hilferty, S Chan, K Tannous
Social Policy Research Centre: NSW, 2009
42009
Homelessness amongst Australian veterans: homelessness and its correlates in Australian Defence Force veterans
M Van Hooff, A Searle, J Avery, E Lawrence-Wood, A McFarlane, ...
32019
Keep Them Safe: Evaluation framework
E Adamson, L Bromfield, B Edwards, M Gray, F Hilferty, I Katz, ...
32010
Profiling non-government community services organisations in NSW: A summary report
F Hilferty, N Cortis, C Eastman, I Katz
SPRC Report 8 (10), 2010
32010
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