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England and Wales Youth Cohort Study.

England and Wales Youth Cohort Study.

the experiences of young people

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Published by Employment Department in (Sheffield) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. -- Careers Service Branch.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sharon Witherspoon.
    SeriesYouth cohort report -- No.33, ED research series
    ContributionsWitherspoon, Sharon, 1956-, Great Britain. Employment Department Group.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination57p. :
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22280311M
    ISBN 100863924530
    OCLC/WorldCa33349563

    This project is the third in a series of contracts held by PSI to provide in-depth analyses of data from the England and Wales Youth Cohort Study (YCS) in order to inform policy making on issues concerning education and training provision for year olds and the transition from full-time education to the labour force. An Invitation to take part in a Research Study on the Experiences of Adoptive Families.

      The Centre for Justice Innovation Unit Edinburgh House Kennington Lane London SE11 5DP. Tel: Press: Email: [email protected] Charity number:   Buy DfE: Youth Cohort Study and Longitudinal Study of Young People in England: the Activities and Experience of 19 Year Olds: England by Department of Education, Great Britain: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Book Edition: 4th Edition.

    Connolly, P. (). The effects of social class and ethnicity on gender differences in GCSE attainment: a secondary analysis of the Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales British Educational Research Journal, 32(1), CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 3. England and Wales Youth Cohort Study (YCS) is an example of such a design: the panels consists of samples of the age one-year age cohort selected in different years, each panel involving at least three waves over at least three years. • Rotating panel. Pre-determined proportions of sample units are replaced at each fieldwork occasion.


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Special survey of 19/20 year olds / Jon Hales & Nina Stratford. c Description: x, pages. Get this from a library. England and Wales youth cohort study: truancy and youth transitions. [Bernard Casey; David J Smith; Great Britain.

Department of Employment.]. England & Wales youth cohort study: Patterns of participation in full-time post-compulsory education Paperback – Import, by John Gray (Author) › Visit Amazon's John Gray Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this Author: John Gray. This series brings together all statistical releases relating to the youth cohort study. Published 7 July From: Department for Education. Statistics from May onwards are available on GOV. longitudinal surveys: the Youth Cohort Study (YCS) and the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE).

The Department for Education has managed YCS and LSYPE together sincecombining their samples to create a larger longitudinal dataset with a sample size of aro, to allow improved precision in Size: KB.

This book describes the experiences of a series of five nationally representative cohorts of young people reaching school-leaving age between and who were surveyed as part of the continuing England and Wales Youth Cohort Study.

The cohort study charts the path taken by young people over the first 3 years after compulsory by: 8. The book is based on a very large continuing survey of young people in England and Wales, the Youth Cohort Study.

It traces the fortunes of five national cohorts who reached 16 between the mids and early s, following each group through their first Cited by: 8. Data from surveys on the longitudinal study of young people in England (LSYPE) and the youth cohort study (YCS).

Youth cohort study and longitudinal study of young people: - Skip to. Connolly, P. () ‘ The Effects of Social Class and Ethnicity on Gender Differences in GCSE Attainment: A Secondary Analysis of the Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales – ’ 32 (1) British Educational Research Journal 3 – Cited by: 3.

studies: the Youth Cohort Study (YCS) and the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE). The responses to both surveys come from the same “cohort” of young people, that is, they refer to young people who were in Year 11 (academic age 15) in / Both surveys are longitudinal and theFile Size: KB.

Progress of low achievers after age An analysis of data from the England and Wales Youth Cohort Study. Department for Education and Employment.

Social class and participation in further education: Evidence from the Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales Article in British Journal of Sociology of. To create comparable time-series datasets for England, Wales and Scotland from the Youth Cohort Study (YCS) and Scottish School Leavers Survey (SSLS) 3.

Using these datasets, to analyse and compare trends in educational outcomes and youth transitions in England, Wales and Scotland during the s, s and early s, and to. The Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE), also known as "Next Steps", is a large-scale panel study collecting information about.

Thompson, Ron () Social class and participation in further education: evidence from the Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales. In: Theorizing Social Class and Education. Routledge. ISBN Metadata only available from this by: Thompson, RSocial class and participation in further education: Evidence from the Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales.

in D Reay & C Vincent (eds), Theorizing Social Class and Education. Routledge, pp. Cited by: Study name Type Country or region Year started Participants Remarks 45 and Up Study: Cohort AustraliaThe 45 and Up Study is a longitudinal study of participants aged 45 years and over in New South Wales conducted by the Sax chers are able to analyze Study data linked to MBS and PBS data, the NSW cancer registry, State hospitalizations, and.

The current group is now 19 and will be reported on in July A new study has not yet been commissioned and no publication is scheduled for Source agency: Education.

Designation: National Statistics. Language: English. Alternative title: Youth Cohort Study & Longitudinal Study of Young People in England. Buy Youth Cohort Study: The Activities and Experiences of 16 Year Olds: England and Wales, by Education & Employment,Department for from Waterstones today.

Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Thompson, Ron () Social class and participation in further education: evidence from the Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales.

British Journal of Sociology of Education, 30 (1). ISSN Metadata only available from this repository. This book describes the experiences of a series of five nationally representative cohorts of young people reaching school-leaving age between and who were surveyed as part of the continuing England and Wales Youth Cohort Study.

The cohort study charts the path taken by young people over the first 3 years after compulsory education.“Adoption UK Wales is delighted to support the Wales Adoption Cohort Study by offering Adoption UK membership free for a year for each family who participate in the study.

Adoption UK is a network of over 5, adoptive families across the UK who provide information, training and guidance at all stages of the adoption process.Recent publications include ‘Using the Youth Cohort Study to Analyse the Outcomes of Careers Education and Guidance’ (DfEE, ), ‘Unifying Academic and Vocational Education: the state of the debate in England and Scotland’ (Journal of Education and Work, ) and ‘Careers Education’ (in Scottish Education, ed.

T. Bryce & W. Humes Cited by: 6.