- Anti-Social and other Problem Behaviours among Young Children is a Home Office report which examines risk factors that can lead young people into developing problem behaviours
- Comparison of the Core Primary Curriculum in England to those of Other High Performing Countries has been published by the DCSF, and should be of interest to students who are researching international education
- White Boys from Low-Income Backgrounds: Good Practice in Schools details the outcomes of a small scale Ofsted survey
- Barnardos has just published Family Minded: Supporting Children in Families Affected by Mental Illness; this is a fairly brief leaflet but it does contain some useful information and suggestions for further reading on the topic
- The London Development Agency has released Listening to Parents of Children with Disabilities and Special Educational Needs; a further report on the views of childcare providers is also expected shortly
- Young People and Social Networking Services is a fascinating report from Childnet International which evaluates how such online tools can be used effectively in education, as well as highlighting some of the difficult issues that using them can raise. Suggestions for further reading are also included.
Continuing from yesterday's post: