Chances or Choices? Influences on Young People's Learning Decisions
Chances or Choices? Influences on Young People’s Learning Decisions
The research aims to investigate the social and structural factors that influence pupils’ school subject choices in the Greater Glasgow region, and assess the implications for employer’s engagement in schools.
- Education and devolved public policy
- Health, income and education inequalities
- Policy related to Looked After Children/Care Expereinced Young People
- The future of work
BLACK, B. 2020. Attainment and disadvantage in Scotland’s schools: what may the impact of lockdown be? Research and Policy Briefing, Policy Scotland [Article].
BLACK, B. 2020. 'Now is the time to be bold on educational inequality'. TES [Article].
BLACK, B. 2020. Why Parliament was right to want a curriculum review. TES Scotland [Article].
BLACK, B. 2019. 'The poorer you are, the fewer subject choices you get'. TES Scotland [Article].
BLACK, B. 2019. Don't change the subject in the debate on choice. TES [Article].
BLACK, B. 2019. The Illusion of Choice. TES Scotland [Article].
Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) +3
BLACK, B. 2019. Chances or Choices? Subject Choice in Scotland's Senior Phase [Presentation]. SEAS Improving Social Justice in Scottish Education Conference, 17/8, Glasgow.
YUILL, C., TWUMASI, R., BLACK, B. 2018. Identity and Solidarity in the ‘Gig Economy’ [Presentation]. British Sociological Association, 11/4, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.
Social & Public Policy 1A: Foundations of Welfare
Social & Public Policy 2A: Perspectives on Public Policy
Social & Public Policy 2B: Policy, Politics & Power
John Smith Centre for Public Service - Graduate Teaching Assistant