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England & Wales youth cohort study

Gill Courtenay

England & Wales youth cohort study

report on cohort 2, sweep 1

by Gill Courtenay

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Published by Training Agency in Sheffield .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Youth -- Employment -- England -- Statistics.,
  • Youth -- Employment -- Wales -- Statistics.,
  • Education, Secondary -- England -- Statistics.,
  • Education, Secondary -- Wales -- Statistics.,
  • Educational surveys -- England.,
  • Educational surveys -- Wales.,
  • High school dropouts -- Employment -- England -- Statistics.,
  • High school dropouts -- Employment -- Wales -- Statistics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGill Courtenay.
    SeriesResearch and development -- no.48, Youth cohort series -- no.5
    ContributionsTraining Agency.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination102p. :
    Number of Pages102
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20429039M
    ISBN 100863923208
    OCLC/WorldCa31648060

    gathering information from respondents living in England, Scotland and Wales. At age 34 (/), cohort members’ basic skills (literacy and numeracy) were also assessed. In addition, there have been studies of sub-samples of the cohort, for. 10File Size: 1MB.   This article is based upon a secondary analysis of three successive cohorts of the Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales and examines the effects of social class and ethnicity on gender differences in General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) attainment for those who left school in , and by:

    The Youth Cohort Study was the first data source for England and Wales that allowed examination of national trends in attainment by ethnicity, social Author: Paul Connolly. The British Cohort Study (BCS70) is a continuing, By there were papers and books published about the British Cohort Study. The sample size inclu babies in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland born in Survey results.

      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. tion from the Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales (YCS). As noted earlier, the analysis is concerned with the structuring by social class of choices made at age 16 years in terms of whether to continue in full-time education - and if so, at what type of institution. Whilst the issue of social class in relation to higher education is the.


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[Gill Courtenay; Pablo Mekkelholt; Great Britain. Department for Education and Employment.]. 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. 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.

studies: the England & Wales youth cohort study book 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.

The main aim of the Youth Justice System (YJS) in England and Wales is to prevent young people from offending. Within the YJS, a YOT’s primary role is to co-ordinate the youth justice services in the local area, and work with young people who have come into contact with the police or have been given a criminal justice Size: KB.

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. Data from surveys on the longitudinal study of young people in England (LSYPE) and the youth cohort study (YCS).

Published 7 July From: Department for Education. 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. Get this from a library. England and Wales youth cohort study: careers advice and the careers service: the experiences of young people.

[Sharon Witherspoon; Great Britain. Department of. The Youth Cohort Study series dates back to when Cohort 1 Sweep 1 took place.

A brief history of the first ten years of the YCS can be found in Courtenay (). YCS cohorts are selected by taking a random sample of pupils from the file provided by the Department which contains details of young people drawn from YearFile Size: 4MB. 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: Progress of low achievers after age An analysis of data from the England and Wales Youth Cohort Study.

Department for Education and Employment. Youth Cohort Study of England & Wales (YCS) • Major Longitudinal Study • Began in the Mid s • Designed to monitor behaviour of young people as they reach the minimum school leaving age and either stay on in education of enter the labour market.

Social class and participation in further education: evidence from the Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales. British Journal of Sociology of Education: Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. Cited by: Get this from a library.

England and Wales youth cohort study (YCS): the effect of time between contacts, questionnaire length, personalisation and other factors on response to the YCS. [Stephen Taylor; Peter Lynn; Great Britain. Department for Education and Employment.]. This study forms part of a continuing programme of analysis of the England and Wales Youth Cohort Study (YCS).

Both data collection and analysis of YCS are funded by the Department for Education and Skills. The data used in the report come. This article is based upon a secondary analysis of three successive cohorts of the Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales and examines the effects of social class and ethnicity on gender differences in General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) attainment for those who left school inand by: Social class and participation in further education: Evidence from the Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales Article in British Journal of Sociology of Education 30(1).

Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales, ; Cohort Five, Sweep One to Three Cohorts One to Twelve cover England and Wales but a change to the methodology means that from Cohort Thirteen, data cover England only. For further details of the methodology and coverage, see the documentation.

The UK Data Archive currently holds.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.].

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