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The research reported here (Primary Teacher Identity, Commitment and Career in Performative School Cultures PTICC ESRC RES 000 23 0748 ) builds on our previous projects (for example Woods et al., 1997) into primary teachers responses to educational reforms. We charted the adaptations of creative teachers to the National Curriculum and other policy changes during the 1990s showing teachers both responding to policy prescriptions and playing a creative role in its implementation. Since 1995 three allied projects have focused on: teachers developing creative learning (Woods, 1995); school restructuring and the impact of Office for Standards in Education inspections with a reported growth of constraint, intensification of work and increasing managerialism; and the social aspects of stress and teachers identity reconstructions (Troman and Woods, 2001).
Over 2 million kids in the UK are deprived of basic needs and are not included in official statistics, a new report has found. It says that current methods of calculating child poverty are too fixed on incomes.Nearly 2.3 million children living “materially deprived lives” in the UK are not included in the government’s headline measurement of child poverty, the report by the think tank Policy Exchange estimates. According to official statistics for 2012 there were 3.6 million children living in poverty in the UK.The study underlines that current government policy does not take into account factors such as the standard of education received by a child, whether he/she has been in the care system, the quality of housing a family lives in or if a child’s parents have a criminal conviction.Other areas of a child’s life which the report thinks should be should be considered are if the child themselves is a parent and whether the family are experiencing an unsustainable level of debt, the report says.Policy Exchange argues that in the past too much attention has been focused on material poverty, especially in relation to the average incomes of parents.Its findings are likely to be viewed favorably by the work and pensions secretary Ian Duncan Smith, who has long argued that the scope on how child poverty is approached needs to be broadened.”It is not just about money.