This highly topical book integrates theory and practice about children and their education provision in secure accommodation. Bridging the fields of education, health, and youth justice, it provides a unique interdisciplinary perspective outlining the importance of taking a holistic approach to the education and rehabilitating of children who are `locked up'.
The book has brought together contributors from across the UK and beyond to share their academic research, practical knowledge, and experiences working with children and young people. Shedding light on the intricacies and realities of working in the context of secure settings, the book is divided into the following five parts:
Contextualising the field Practice insightsCase examples and models of practiceInclusion and voiceRecommendations from research
Children and Their Education in Secure Accommodation unravels the complexity of the topic and offers `whole-system' perspectives, as well as a child-centred view, on the issue of educating and rehabilitating children and the needs and rights of children in such settings. With unique and valuable insights from those involved in policy or provision, this book will be an essential text for researchers, practitioners, and students in this interdisciplinary field.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 368
Dimensions: 235 x 159 mm
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