Task Force White Paper on Poverty and Education

Consultation paper on poverty and education. Find full text here.

Inmany societies poverty will remain as a chronic and cumulative impediment to education (Branson & Zuze, 2012; Palardy, 2013). This begs asking which frameworks could guide education research and policy agendas where chronic poverty prevails. How can education scholars contribute to quality education when poverty prevails?

Read full text of the consultation paper here:Draft_White_Paper_WERA_Task_Force_Poverty_and_Education_17_March_2014.doc

Notes for Editors

Issued by SERA
Directorate of External Relations, University of Aberdeen, King's College, Aberdeen
Tel: +44 (0)1224 272014

Issued on: 11th July 2014

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