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Place Typologies and their Policy Applications
Applying these place typology tools in policy is not straightforward - in some cases there will be an appropriate existing classification, in others a bespoke approach is required. Based on consultation with analysts, empirical work and existing literature, this paper develops and test classifications and evaluates their usefulness for policy.
Ruth Lupton, Alex Fenton, Rebecca Tunstall and Rich Harris
Paper No' CASEreport 65:
Schools in Disadvantaged Areas: Recognising context and raising quality
This paper looks at the quality problem, exploring the relationships between disadvantaged contexts, what schools do, and the quality of schooling that they provide. The findings suggest that disadvantaged contexts impact on the organisation and processes of schools and that these effects differ significantly from one area to another, in ways that are not reflected by the usual indicators of disadvantage.
Paper No' CASE 076: