Work package A2(b)
The Social Costs of Exclusion: Medium- and long-term socio-economic and behavioural consequences following school exclusion
This work package will use state of the art statistical estimation techniques to examine whether school exclusion causes a range of adverse socio-economic and behavioural outcomes for youth over time.
To date, very little is known about the medium- and long-term effects of school exclusion, causality and links across the UK. Using linked datasets, this work package will explore whether young people who experience school exclusion are more likely to experience greater mental health problems, engage in behavioural delinquency, and become NEET over the long term, as well as identifying whether there may be sub-groups of young people with differential school exclusion and educational trajectories leading to different medium- and long-term outcomes.
Long-term labour market and economic consequences of school exclusions in England: Evidence from two counterfactual approaches
May 2021 Long-term labour market and economic consequences of school exclusions in England: Evidence from two counterfactual approaches Joan Madia, Ingrid Obsuth, Ian Thompson, Harry Daniels and Aja Murray Read more