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DCSF-RR102

DCSF-RR102

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This report from the Centre for Research on the Wider Benefits of Learning (WBL), based at the Institute of Education, London, is a review of a wide range of literature and policy initiatives considering the influences and leverages on low attainment in schools. It looks at the influence on progression and attainment in early and mid childhood, adolescence and early adulthood. The report analyses and compares important indicators, external and internal factors, which have an impact on low attainment. The review also considers the ways in which policy can raise attainment levels: "We synthesise the evidence on key factors associated with achievement, summarising their amenability to policy intervention" (p6).
This report from the Centre for Research on the Wider Benefits of Learning (WBL), based at the Institute of Education, London, is a review of a wide range of literature and policy initiatives considering the influences and leverages on low attainment in schools. It looks at the influence on progression and attainment in early and mid childhood, adolescence and early adulthood. The report analyses and compares important indicators, external and internal factors, which have an impact on low attainment. The review also considers the ways in which policy can raise attainment levels: "We synthesise the evidence on key factors associated with achievement, summarising their amenability to policy intervention" (p6).

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Drivers and Barriers toEducational Success
Evidence from the Longitudinal Study of YoungPeople in England
Research Report DCSF-RR102
Haroon Chowdry, Claire Crawford and Alissa GoodmanInstitute for Fiscal Studies
 
 
 Drivers and Barriers to Educational Success Evidence from the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England 
 Haroon Chowdry, Claire Crawford and Alissa Goodman Institute for Fiscal Studies
The views expressed in this report are the authors’ and do not necessarily reflect those of theDepartment for Children, Schools and Families. © Institute for Fiscal Studies 2009ISBN 978 1 84775 423 3April 2009
Research Report NoDCSF-RR102

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