References - and how we developed the Agenda

Our evidence for Future Agenda has been gathered through a structured literature review and analysis, and surveys, interviews and focus groups with young people, culture and education professionals.

Future Agenda was produced with BOP Consulting (the culture and creativity consultancy) who drew information from a survey of 1664 young Londoners run by TNS, and commissioned by A New Direction, interviewed eight leaders from the cultural sector, and ran focus group with educators from a range of primary, secondary and SEN schools.

References

i IPSOS Mori (2012) The effects of the English Baccalaureate
ii London Comms (2012) Survey of London councillors
iii Financial Times (24 February 2013) Free school applications higher in London
iv Bamford and Wimmer for the European Commission (2012) The Role of Arts Education in Enhancing School Attractiveness: a literature review
v NFER for AND (2012) London Schools Research: Cultural Engagement
vi TNS Polling for AND (2013) Unpublished
vii Shelter (2011) Analysis of English Housing Survey
viii London Councils (2012) Meeting Londoners' Housing Needs: Investing In Housing Infrastructure
ix TNS Polling for AND (2013) Unpublished
x BBC/University of Nottingham (2010) Cameron warns on child carer cuts
xi TNS Polling for AND (2013) Unpublished
xii IoE (2010) Languages, ethnicity, and education in London
xiii FT (2013) The multilingual dividend
xiv London Councils (2013) Adult Social Care in London
xv GLA (2009) Young Londoners Survey
xvi JRF (2008) The Social value of Public Space
xvii Department for Education (2010/11)
xviii ONS (2011) Labour Force Survey
xix Polling for AND (2013) Unpublished
xx IdeasTap (2012) Survey of members
xxi NIACE for BIS (2013) Barriers to education to stop young people from achieving
xxii The Prince's Trust (2013) Youth Index
xxiii Education Committee (2013) Seventh Report: Careers guidance for young people: The impact of the new duty on schools
xxiv Centre for London (2011) London's Calling: Young Londoners, Social Mobility and Access to Higher Education