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Does Money Affect Children's Outcomes? An update
Kerris Cooper and Kitty Stewart
This report provides an update to Does Money Affect Children’s Outcomes?: A Systematic Review, published in October 2013. Using systematic search approaches, we review the literature examining the relationship between ho...Read more...
12 July 2017
A question of quality: Do children from disadvantaged backgrounds receive lower quality early years education and care in England?
Ludovica Gambaro, Kitty Stewart and Jane Waldfogel
This paper examines how the quality of formal early childhood education and care is associated with children’s background. By using different indicators of quality, the research also explored how the relationship varies ...Read more...
1 March 2013
The Impact of School Context: What headteachers say
Martin Thrupp and Ruth Lupton
This paper reports the accounts of fifteen headteachers of primary schools in one local authority in the South East of England, including headteachers of schools that are amongst the most advantaged five per cent of scho...Read more...
1 December 2011
Parental Investment in Childhood and Later Adult Well-Being: Can More Involved Parents Offset the Effects of Socioeconomic Disadvantage?
Parental involvement in their children’s lives can have a lasting impact on well-being. More involved parents convey to their children that they are interested in their development, and this in turn signals to the child ...Read more...
Intergenerational and Life-Course Transmission of Social Exclusion in the 1970 British Cohort Study
This study used data from the British Cohort Study to examine the relationships between childhood background experiences and a variety of indicators of adult well-being. Similar to an earlier study that analyses the Nati...Read more...
Disability and Disadvantage: Selection, onset and duration effects
Stephen P Jenkins and John A. Rigg
This paper analyses the economic disadvantage experienced by disabled persons of working-age using data from the British Household Panel Survey. We argue that there are three sources of disadvantage among disabled person...Read more...
Continuity and Change in Pathways to Young Adult Disadvantage: Results from a British Birth Cohort
A life-course account of the pathways to adult social exclusion for children born in 1958 is explored. We identify the pervasive childhood factors, associated with a wide range of adult disadvantage, and specific life-co...Read more...