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NEET Young People and Training for Work: Learning on the Margins Paperback – 30 Sep 2011


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The subject matter resonates beyond the current situation in the UK with youth unemployment spiralling to record levels across many comparable advanced democracies. It provides a topical resource for anyone studying or working with young people in post-school transition. (Studies in the Education of Adults)

This book is definitely not superseded by the disturbances ... and will be particularly useful for anyone who works with socially deprived learners - especially the new generation of managers required to make strategies operational - [and] for MPs, Ministers and Civil Servants - Teaching in Lifelong Learning an extremely timely and valuable book. (Warwick University)

"A textured picture of NEET provision for FE teacher educators and for practitioners involved in NEET provision or transition to work ... and important reading for policy makers," (Post-16 Educator)

About the Author

Robin Simmons is Reader in Education at the University of Huddersfield. His research focuses on social justice and education policy. Ron Thompson is a principal Lecturer in Education at the University of Huddersfield. His Research interests are in the sociology of post-compulsory education.


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