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Useful Articles & Studies

Poverty Ethnicity and Education
A 2011 Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) commissioned paper as part of its
programme on poverty and ethnicity which aims to understand the underlying reasons for variations in low income and deprivation among different ethnic groups in the UK and the problems caused. It also aims to contribute towards solutions to these problems

OECD Schools of the Future scenarios
A 2001 OECD report looking at future scenarios for schools

GRIT The skills for success and how they are grown
A 2009 Young Foundation study to discover the skills needed by children and young people so that they might flourish

Classroom Social Experiences as Predictors of Academic Performance Flook, Repetti and Ullman 2005

Adult Participation – enhancing child learning and community wellness
A 2012 University of Canterbury College of Education New Zealand qualitative research report asking the question: How does active adult participation in early childhood education enhance positive outcomes for children and their whanau?

Devising the Rhizome – The sensational body in Drama Education and Research

All Our Futures
The 1999 research report (Sir Ken Robinson as Chairman) commissioned by the UK Secretary of State for Education and Employment looking at Creativity, Culture and Education

Whole Child-Making The Case

NEETS (Young people Not in Employment, Education or Training)
A 2011 EU report on the cost, both economic and social of the exclusion of young people, characteristics, costs and policy responses in Europe

Bridges to Adulthood
A 2012 ICRW research report seeking to understand the lifelong influence of Men’s childhood experience of violence

Final Evaluation of the Child Wellbeing Program in North and North Eastern Uganda
2013 Bernhard van Leer Foundation comissioned research at the Makerere University in Uganda seeking to reduce violence against children and women; improve child health indicators; enhance child stimulation and learning within community based care spaces