Schooling comprehensive kids: pupil responses to education
Ashgate, 1998 - 227 ページ
As we begin the era of School Exam League Tables and student profiling we still know little about what actually drives and motivates pupils at school. We infrequently hear the voice of the pupil as a consumer of education whether this is the voice of the non-achiever or achiever. Moreover, we know little about how gender, class and ethnic origins affect pupil attitudes towards (a) their teachers and subjects; (b) their future aspirations and (c) their actual destinations upon leaving compulsory education behind them.This volume seeks to explore these areas using an ethnographic and interactionist approach. It explores pupils' own perspectives by focussing intensively on the school lives experienced by twenty white and black, male and female pupils in a city comprehensive, during their final fifth form year, in the 1980s. Pupils are then shadowed in their later studies or search for work. Detailed accounts from these pupils are set against a backdrop of questionnaire data collected from the entire fifth form year group of some 250 pupils.
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Introduction to Bridgehurst and Leafield comprehensive
Boys and girls different but equal?
Black and white unite or fight?
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5th formers 6th form academic achieving pupils Asian attitudes B.Tec Bedford behaviour black boys black girls black less-achiever black pupils boys and girls careers advice careers talks cent Chapter class informants class less-achiever class origins classroom Colette CSEs curriculum Delamont Delia destinations discussed Duncan Duncan white employment Eric black ethnic exams experience factors father felt female form teacher friends further education gender Griffin hidden curriculum important indicated interest interviews involved issue job choices labour market Leafield pupils Leafield School leaving school lesson lives male marriage mother O-levels observations occupational therapy occupations parents participant observation Pauline peers Peter Peter white polarisation preferred qualifications questionnaire race and class racial racism Sarah school leavers sexist sexual Similarly skilled Sonia staffroom stereotypes subjects Table teaching Vanda wanted West Indian West Indian-origin whilst white boys white less-achiever white pupils YTS placement