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Scaling it down? A Study to Identify How 16 + Young Offenders across Leicestershire Engage with Education, Training or Employment
(British Journal of Community Justice, 2012)
This paper describes research into the education, training and employment (ETE) status of young offenders in Leicestershire, England. The study uses data collated by the Youth Offending Service (YOS) of over 600 young ...
Framing education and learning in Youth Justice in England and Wales: Some outcomes for Young Offender Intervention
(British Journal of Community Justice, 2014)
It is acknowledged that many young offenders disengage with education. The need to reduce the numbers of young people that are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) has crept up the policy agenda for education ...
A study to identify how 16 + young offenders across Leicestershire engage with education, training or employment.
A Study to Identify How 16 + Young Offenders across Leicestershire Engage with Education, Training or Employment
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 ...
Early Occupational Aspirations and Fractured Transitions: A Study of Entry into ‘NEET’ Status in the UK
(Cambridge University Press, 2011)
There has been significant recent research and policy interest in issues of young people’s occupational aspirations, transitions to employment and the antecedents of NEET (not in employment, education or training) status.Many ...