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Morton, Missy, Rietveld, Christine, Guerin, Annie, McIlroy, Anne-Marie, & Duke, Jennifer (2012) Curriculum, assessment teaching and learning for all. In Carrington, Suzanne B. & MacArthur, Jude (Eds.) Teaching in Inclusive School Communities. John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd, Milton, Queensland, Australia, pp. 269-294.
Morton, Missy, Duke, Jennifer, Todd, Nicole Ann, Higgins, Nancy, Mercer, Louise, & Kimber, Megan (2012) The social and political underpinnings of the inclusive education movement. In Teaching in inclusive school communities. John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd, pp. 39-64.
Duke, Jennifer (2014) Is it RIP for the IEP? The future of individual education plans in an era of accountability. Primary & Middle Years Educator, 12(3), pp. 3-9.
Duke, Jennifer (2012) Joining the dots : piloting the work diary as a data collection tool for educational research. Issues in Educational Research, 22(2), pp. 111-126.
Duke, Jennifer (2011) Where does it say I have to do that? How can secondary schools enact assessment policy for students with disabilities. Academic Leadership Online Journal, 9(1).
Duke, Jennifer (2010) How can secondary schools enact assessment policy for students with disabilities? Curriculum Leadership, 8(25).
Duke, Jennifer Kay (2014) Powering a curriculum for all : a critical ethnographic study of inclusive education. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Duke, Jennifer (2011) Inclusive practice in kindergarten. Inclusive Practice in Kindergarten.
Duke, Jennifer Kay (2009) Education for all : providing curriculum for students with disabilities in a standards-based environment : implications for Queensland schools. (Unpublished)
Duke, Jennifer (2009) Inclusion Statement : a proposal for implementation. (Unpublished)
Duke, Jennifer (2009) Inclusive Education Discussion Paper. (Unpublished)
Duke, Jennifer (2009) Inclusive Education Statement - policy analysis. (Unpublished)
Duke, Jennifer (2009) The use of the Index for Inclusion in a regional educational learning community. (Unpublished)