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    Inequality in Academic Performance and Juvenile Convictions: An Area-Based Analysis.Ricardo Sabates, Leon Feinstein & Anirudh Shingal - 2011 - British Journal of Educational Studies 59 (2):143-158.
    This paper focuses on the links between inequality in academic performance and juvenile conviction rates for violent crime, stealing from another person, burglary in a dwelling and racially motivated offences. We use area-based aggregate data to model this relationship. Our results show that, above and beyond impacts of absolute access to resources, young people who grow up in school cohorts marked by higher levels of disparity in educational achievement may be more prone to commit violent crime and racially motivated offences (...)
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    Who Achiveves Level 2 Qualifications During Adulthood? Evidence From the NCDS.Ricardo Sabates, Leon Feinstein & Eleni Skaliotis - 2007 - British Journal of Educational Studies 55 (4):390 - 408.
    This paper describes the characteristics of people who return to learning to achieve at least a level 2 qualification, drawing on the 1958 National Child Development Cohort Study. Results show that adults who gained level 2 were more likely than those who did not to have been engaged in a range of learning activities at earlier ages, including learning during childhood, staying in education during adolescence and undertaking courses leading and not leading to qualifications during adulthood. The factor that has (...)
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    Who Achieves Level 2 Qualifications During Adulthood? Evidence From the Ncds.Ricardo Sabates, Leon Feinstein & Eleni Skaliotis - 2007 - British Journal of Educational Studies 55 (4):390-408.
    This paper describes the characteristics of people who return to learning to achieve at least a level 2 qualification, drawing on the 1958 National Child Development Cohort Study. Results show that adults who gained level 2 were more likely than those who did not to have been engaged in a range of learning activities at earlier ages, including learning during childhood, staying in education during adolescence and undertaking courses leading and not leading to qualifications during adulthood. The factor that has (...)
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