Young People and Community Cohesion

If policy is to promote a cohesive society it needs to know what factors explain variations in cohesion. This report by the Department for Education helps fill this gap in understanding by presenting findings from analysis of data from the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE). Using multi-level statistical modelling, it examines the demographic, experiential and attitudinal predictors of community cohesion at the individual, school and district level. Leadership Briefing 5.05 (53)

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