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Skills development and occupational aspirations within A8 migrant groups in Leicester and Leicestershire, Coventry.
(Learning and Skills Council, 2009)
Not so NEET? A critique of the use of “NEET” in targeting interventions with young people
(Taylor and Francis, 2006)
There is a widespread current perception that being ‘NEET’ (not in employment, education or training) presents a major risk for young people of becoming socially excluded. One of the key foci for combating social exclusion ...
“Minding the gap” between policy visions and service implementation: lessons from Connexions
From 2001, Connexions was phased in across England to meet policy visions centred on uniting youth-oriented services into a coherent whole, and providing universal advice and guidance alongside targeted support. Recent ...
Beyond normalisation and impairment: Theorising subjectivity for learning difficulties theory and practice
Normalisation and social role valorisation continue to play a central role in shaping debates and practice relating to learning difficulties. In the context of recent arguments, this paper draws on the work of Foucault to ...