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Salisbury, Jane – Journal of Education Policy, 2004
This paper explores the 'joined-up thinking' and attempts at 'joined-up working' that policy architects recommend for the successful operationalization of the New Deal for 18-24 year olds. In particular, it examines the difficulties arising around the full-time education and training option. The research project reports upon the 'implementation…
Descriptors: Unemployment, Social Services, Foreign Countries, Young Adults
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Henry, Miriam; Lingard, Bob; Rizvi, Fazal; Taylor, Sandra – Journal of Education Policy, 1999
Argues against the juggernaut view of globalization, suggesting that much depends on how we engage with global forces to mitigate their worst consequences and use them to advantage. Views democratic nation-building, informed by education, as pivotal to the engagement process. Locally, educators must retrieve the "public" in public…
Descriptors: Decentralization, Democratic Values, Education Work Relationship, Elementary Secondary Education
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Mauger, Gerard – Journal of Education Policy, 1993
French schooling is characterized by rising levels of educational participation and perpetuation of class and gender inequalities. After exploring this issue, this paper considers the character of contemporary French youth (aged 18 to 24) and selected aspects of youth culture as these illustrate change and continuity in class and gender divisions.…
Descriptors: Education Work Relationship, Equal Education, Foreign Countries, Leisure Time