Russell, Lisa and Thomson, Pat (2011) Girls and gender in alternative education provision. Ethnography and Education, 6 (3). pp. 293-308. ISSN 1745-7823Metadata only available from this repository.
UK Government policy states that all young people aged 14–19 are entitled to a broad and balanced curriculum, with access to ‘personalised’ education and training pathways. With boys currently leading the statistics on exclusion, girls’ educational and social needs are often sidelined in alternative education provision, as the majority of education and training programmes are populated by and designed for boys. Drawing on ethnographic fieldwork from six alternative education provision sites located in the Midlands England, we argue that there are problems for girls with what's on offer, and with access and participation. We describe three girls and their discursive positions to reveal how gender is (re)produced and suggest a need for future research to investigate the experiences of girls in alternative education provision.
|Subjects:||L Education > L Education (General)|
|Schools:||School of Education and Professional Development|
School of Education and Professional Development > Centre of Lifelong Learning and Social Justice
School of Education and Professional Development > Centre of Lifelong Learning and Social Justice > Policy Research Group
|Depositing User:||Sharon Beastall|
|Date Deposited:||14 Oct 2010 11:20|
|Last Modified:||06 Aug 2013 11:59|
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