Urban Youth And Schooling
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), May 1, 2010 - Education - 161 pages
This book critically engages with contemporary notions of 'at risk' youth. It explores the complexity of urban, working-class young people's relationships with education and schooling and discusses strategies for addressing these issues.
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1 SOCIAL EXCLUSION RISK AND URBAN SCHOOLS
SOCIAL CLASS AND URBAN EDUCATION
RACE ETHNICITY AND SCHOOLING
4 RESPONSIBLE BOYS AND GENDER AND SCHOOLING
5 ASPIRATIONS AND THE FUTURE
THE THREE Rs FOR URBAN SCHOOLS
7 CHOICE OR COERCION? POLICIES TO PROMOTE EDUCATIONAL ENGAGEMENT
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