Schools, community education and collaborative practice in Scotland

Lyn Tett, Pamela Munn, Helen Kay, Ian Martin, Jane Martin, Stewart Ranson

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Abstract

Schools are envisaged as playing a key role in the current UK government’s policy to promote social inclusion among children and young people in particular and in tackling social exclusion in general. The Social Inclusion Strategy for Scotland stresses that: ‘the Government is investing heavily in programmes to promote inclusion among school-age children, including New Community Schools, Early Intervention Schemes, Alternatives to Exclusion from School and Family Literacy’ (Scottish Office 1999a: 7). Furthermore, it is recognised that schools on their own cannot solve the problems associated with social exclusion. The longterm objective is to develop ways of working which integrate programmes not just within government, but at all levels of action right down to local neighbourhoods and communities (Scottish Office 1999b: 1). Thus schools are expected to work with other agencies both to prevent social exclusion taking place and to help reintegrate those who have been socially excluded into mainstream society.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationEducation, Social Justice and Inter-Agency Working
Subtitle of host publicationJoined Up or Fractured Policy?
EditorsSheila Riddell, Lyn Tett
PublisherRoutledge Taylor & Francis Group
Chapter7
Pages105-123
Number of pages19
ISBN (Electronic)9781134535057
ISBN (Print)0203471970, 9780203471975
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 13 Sep 2001
Externally publishedYes

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Tett, L., Munn, P., Kay, H., Martin, I., Martin, J., & Ranson, S. (2001). Schools, community education and collaborative practice in Scotland. In S. Riddell, & L. Tett (Eds.), Education, Social Justice and Inter-Agency Working: Joined Up or Fractured Policy? (pp. 105-123). Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203471975
Tett, Lyn ; Munn, Pamela ; Kay, Helen ; Martin, Ian ; Martin, Jane ; Ranson, Stewart. / Schools, community education and collaborative practice in Scotland. Education, Social Justice and Inter-Agency Working: Joined Up or Fractured Policy?. editor / Sheila Riddell ; Lyn Tett. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2001. pp. 105-123
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Education, Social Justice and Inter-Agency Working: Joined Up or Fractured Policy?. ed. / Sheila Riddell; Lyn Tett. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2001. p. 105-123.

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