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Deprivation indicators and education

Adam George Cooper

Deprivation indicators and education

a spatial study of the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham and surrounding areas.

by Adam George Cooper

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Published by University of East London in London .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc.) - University of East London, School of Surveying, 1998.

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  The results for the average deprivation composite indicator showed that 71% of the racial gap was explained by characteristics, namely geographical and educational factors, in a similar proportion (30 and 28%), but this masked the different role that these factors played at different levels of the distribution of deprivation discussed by: Most studies have evaluated poverty in terms of income status, but this approach cannot capture the diverse and complex aspects of poverty. To develop commodity-based relative deprivation indicators and evaluate their associations with mortality, we conducted a 6-year follow-up of participants in the Japan Gerontological Evaluation Study (JAGES), a population-based cohort of Japanese adults Author: Masashige Saito, Naoki Kondo, Takashi Oshio, Takahiro Tabuchi, Katsunori Kondo.

What can be learned from deprivation indicators in Europe? Anne-Catherine Guio – IWEPS (Belgium) 1 uction The need to extend the EU portfolio of commonly agreed social indicators to material deprivation measures is widely recognised at the national and EU levels, esp. since the recent enlargements of the Union. This work is published on the OECD iLibrary, which gathers all OECD books, periodicals and statistical databases. Visit , and do not hesitate to contact us for more information. Equity and Quality in Education SUPPORTING DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS AND SCHOOLS Equity and Quality in Education SUPPORTING DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS AND.

  T he government has frequently repeated its commitment to protecting funding for schools and to improving the life chances of disadvantaged pupils. So one headteacher in . This is reflected in the three sub-indicators that compose the ‘at-risk-of-poverty or social exclusion rate’ indicator: monetary poverty, severe material deprivation and very low work intensity. Because these sub-indicators tend to overlap and people can be affected by two or even all three of these types of poverty, a person is counted.


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The Income Deprivation Affecting Children Index (IDACI) is produced alongside the IMD, and measures the proportion of children under 16 in each area that are eligible for certain income‐related benefits.

IDACI scores range from zero (least deprived) to one (most deprived). Unlike FSM, the IDACI score for each pupil does not relate directly to their individual family circumstances, but is a proxy measure based on File Size: 1MB.

Author Description of index, data source and standardisation method. Table Key deprivation indices since the s. introduction Deprivation indicators and education book popularisation of new policy concepts like social exclusion by the European Commission and the government in the s, attention has shifted to the distinction between deprivation and these related concepts (e.g.

Bailey et al. A study by the OECD in indicated that the UK had one of the strongest links between social deprivation and educational underachievement.

This article uses original analysis to report a close correlation over the period ‐ between educational achievement in the London boroughs and various indicators of the extent of social deprivation in those by: 2. Social disadvantage is a multi-dimensional concept, reflecting a range of indicators tied to financial resources, social capital, social exclusion, health and education outcomes (1, 2.

UNESCO Institute for Statistics | Quick Guide to Education Indicators for SDG 4 7 1. What is SDG 4. Heads of State, government leaders, UN high-level representatives and civil society met in at the 70th Session of the United Nations General Assembly and adopted the File Size: 2MB.

POVERTY AND EDUCATION: FINDING THE WAY FORWARD 5 • Minority students disproportionately attend schools that are segregated by race and income. For example, 38 and 43 percent of Black and Hispanic students, respectively, attend schools that have a student body that is composed of 90 to percent minority students.

INDICATORS OF DEPRIVATION FOR USE IN SCHOOL FUNDING: SEPTEMBER DRAFT OF NOTE FOR AUTHORITIES 1. Introduction Following the publication of the joint Treasury/DfES Report “Child Poverty: Fair Funding for Schools” in Decemberthe Department commissioned a technical review of indicators of deprivation.

ance between poverty line and material deprivation indicators is indeed large. As seen on Figure 1, among children in Ontario inpercent were in households below an income-defined poverty line (in this case, after tax low income cut-offs, but any of the other poverty lines would haveFile Size: KB.

The Effects of Material Deprivation on Education Material deprivation can be defined as the inability to afford basic resources and services such as sufficient food and heating.

Material deprivation generally has a negative effect on educational achievement. OECD - Social Policy Division - Directorate of Employment, Labour and Social Affairs 1 Last updated 28 October CO Educational deprivation Definitions and methodology The educational deprivation indicator measures resources for school available to year-old children in their home.

Introduction. Poverty is a multidimensional concept that seeks to measure levels of deprivation encountered by a person, household or community.

Although most of the literature focuses on indicators of deprivation such as income, food, access to housing and so on, the choice of indicators to measure levels of deprivation can often be arbitrary and hence may not reflect a full-scale measure of unmet File Size: KB.

1 Introduction: Concepts of Poverty and Deprivation Poverty can be defined objectively and applied consistently only in terms of the concept of relative deprivation. That is the theme of this book. The term is under-stood objectively rather than subjectively.

Individuals, families and groups in the. Mapping resources, interactive tools and Open Data facilities to aid user’s exploration of the English indices of deprivation It has also allowed obtaining the structure of relevant indicators in the measurement of living conditions and material deprivation (Callan et al.

; Guio ). In Spain, Jurado and Pérez. Deprivation is the consequence of a lack of income and other resources, which cumulatively can be seen as living in poverty.

The relative deprivation approach to poverty examines the indicators of deprivation, which are then related back to income levels and resources.

Eversley, D. and Begg, I. (), Deprivation in the Inner City—Social Indicators from the Census, ESRC, London. Ferge, Z. and Miller, S.M.

(eds) (), The Dynamics of Deprivation: A Cross-National Study, for the European Centre for Social Welfare Training and Research, Vienna, Gower Press, London. the UK for measuring small-area deprivation as a composite of sets of indicator variables, following pioneering work using the Census on urban deprivation (Holtermann, ).

These deprivation measures have many uses, including the targeting of resources for regeneration and as explanatory variables in studies of health and Size: KB. Indicators of poverty and deprivation from the Census Census deprivation indicator: long-term sick or disabled The percentage of residents aged who were economically inactive at the Census due to long-term sickness or disability.

Three maps showing this indicator across the output areas in Oxford are shown below. These show: 1. Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation The Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation (WIMD) is designed to identify the small areas of Wales that are the most deprived. First published.

The English indices of deprivation measure relative deprivation in small areas in England called lower-layer super output areas. The index of multiple deprivation. The core issue of this book is how to define and measure poverty in relatively rich countries in a way which is valid, meaningful in the context, and valuable for policy-making.

The authors concentrate on the identification of the poor, rather than the subsequent aggregation of the statistics to derive an overall index of poverty--which is the focus of most recent literature.WIMD Indicator data from This page contains the underlying WIMD indicator data.

These are updated annually, where possible. The most recent data was published on 19 December This page also contains WIMD income and employment deprivation counts for different age groups and geographies (see section below, under ‘files’).

The Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) identifies concentrations of deprived areas across Scotland. It is based on 38 indicators in seven domains (Income, Employment, Health, Education, Geographic Access, Crime, and Housing).