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 Children in Adversity

Children in Adversity

The National Children's Bureau reports on Britain's disadvantaged 11-16 year olds

Peter Wedge and Juliet Essen

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In 1973, Born to Fail? studied the life-chances of a sample of children born in one week in March 1958. lt exposed the alarming deprivations of a group of 11-year-olds suffering substantial social disadvantage.
1982, Ebook, PDF, 100pp
ISBN: 9781905818693

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In 1973, Born to Fail? studied the life-chances of a sample of children born in one week in March 1958. lt exposed the alarming deprivations of a group of 11-year-olds suffering substantial social disadvantage.

in 1982, Children in Adversity followed up the Bom to Fail? survey, looking at the experiences of the same sample group in the years up to their sixteenth birthday. This publication demonstrated that disadvantage is a real social problem, the consequences of which are still there in the lives of those going through early teenage and late school years.

This ebook is essential reading for everyone concerned with children and especially those involved in the policy and practice of education, child health and social work.

Authors

By (author): Peter Wedge, Juliet Essen