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Equity in Education Alan Dyson Centre for Equity in Education University of Manchester

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1 Equity in Education Alan Dyson Centre for Equity in Education University of Manchester

2 Its not where you start…

3 …its where you finish

4 Poverty Poor outcomes

5 Wealth! Education reform

6 Poverty Family stress Area effects Poor outcomes Health Education Well being Parenting Support for learning Social skills Economic disadvantage Limited life chances Employment Transport & access Street crime Poor services

7 Where we are Education reform alone isnt working Education reform alone isnt working Current reform efforts torn between excellence & equity Current reform efforts torn between excellence & equity Excellence agenda as currently understood undermines equity Excellence agenda as currently understood undermines equity –Narrow targets –Markets & competition –Deficit view of disadvantaged groups Weak linkage between education & social reform Weak linkage between education & social reform

8 Poverty Family stress Area effects Poor outcomes Improved services & standards Family & personal support Redistribution & growth Area regeneration

9 Whats beginning to emerge Networks of education providers Networks of education providers –Schools, colleges, childrens centres, community educators Working with networks of child & family support agencies Working with networks of child & family support agencies Within a local regeneration strategy Within a local regeneration strategy

10 What we now need A serious look at admissions & competition A serious look at admissions & competition A serious look at schools community responsibilities A serious look at schools community responsibilities A serious look at localism A serious look at localism


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