Attwood, G. , Croll, P. and Hamilton, J.
Recovering potential: factors associated with success in engaging challenging students with alternative pre-16 provision.
To be published in Educational Research, 47 (2).
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|Additional Information:||This article presents a study of a group of young people who left school to attend alternative provision in a further education college. Using both qualitative and quantitative data the paper presents the views of students and tutors as to the factors which enable students to re-engage with education. The findings are set in the current 14-19 policy context and emphasise the tensions between the inclusion agenda and the accountability agenda in further education.
The paper raises issues for policy development at both local and national levels. Attwood was responsible for 60%.|
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