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Adolescent Well-being and School Experiences: a problematic relationship?

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The Nuffield Foundation currently has a major initiative on ‘Adolescent Mental Health’. Teams from a number of British universities are involved. Professor John Gray is leading a research team in the Cambridge Faculty of Education charged with looking at the world-wide evidence on the links between adolescent well-being and 10-14 year olds’ school experiences. How can schools make a difference in this area? What matters? And what does a ‘supportive school’ look like?

John is Professor of Education in the Cambridge Faculty of Education. He is an international authority on issues connected with school effectiveness and improvement. Over the course of his career he has led some sixty externally-funded research projects as well as a number of school improvement initiatives with a strong practical focus.

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