Combating Educational Disadvantage: Meeting the Needs of Vulnerable Children

Combating Educational Disadvantage: Meeting the Needs of Vulnerable Children


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780750709002
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 10/01/1999
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.64(d)

About the Author

Theo Cox is an Honorary departmental Research Fellow in the Department of Education of the University of Wales Swansea. His research interests have centred on educationally disadvantaged children and he has written books and research articles on this topic. He is Fellow of the British Psychological Society.

Table of Contents

Foreword Ronald Davie, 1. Introduction Theo Cox, Part 1: 1. Vulnerable Groups, 2. Ethnic Minorities in Britain: New Disadvantages Sally Tomlinson, 3. Boys' Underachievement: Social Class and Changing Masculinites Helen Lucey and Valerie Walkerdine, 4. Pupil Absenteeism in the Primary School Maurice Chazan, Part 2: Meeting the Needs of the Disadvantaged, 7. Recognising Differences: Reinterpreting Family Involvement in Early Literacy, 8. Early Childhood Education to Ensure a 'Fair Start' for All Kathy Sylva, 9. Pupils' Perspectives on their Education Theo Cox, 10. Can School Improvement Overcome the Effects of Disadvantage? Peter Mortimore and Geoff Whitty, 11. LEAs. The Problem or the Solution? Anne Sofer, 12. Combating Unequal Access to Education - the Work of an LEA Educational Psychology Service Irvine Gersch and Associates, 13. Coordinated Services for Disadvantaged Children: an International Perspective Peter Evans, 14. The Social, Economic and Political Climate in the United States and the Education of People of Color Carl Grant, 15. Support for Lifelong Learning John MacBeath, 16. Overview Theo Cox.

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