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Fibonacci and the golden section

Connelly, Graham (2008) Fibonacci and the golden section. SIRCCULAR- Scottish Institute for Residential Child Care, 20. pp. 4-5.

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Abstract

It is clear that a number of things need to happen if educational experience, and therefore attainment, are to improve and the Scottish Government report Looked After Children: We Can and Must Do Better4 has established a clear agenda for eight working groups with a very simple message: 'The problems are deep rooted and difficult but not impossible to deal with.'