05 SES 03 A, Interprofessional Collaboration in (Flexible) Basis Education and Rebound Programmes for At-Risk Youth in Secondary Schools
This paper presents the findings of the 2010 research project on so called rebound programmes serving youngsters at risk of dropping out of schools as well as their secondary schools. These programmes have been implemented in the Netherlands to support youngsters with behaviour problems (such as conduct problems and anti-social/aggresive behaviour) and to increase the strategies of secondary schools to deal with violence and challenging behaviours and to ensure a safe school climate.
The author is part of a research and development programme (2005-2010) which supports the development of these programmes and their effectiveness in all 82 school networks in Dutch secondary education.
The research objective of the 2010 study is to determine, among other things, the level of implementation of these programmes and initial outcomes, the characteristics of youngsters, the features of the components of these programmes, the institutes which provide the services (multi-agency teams) and the collaboration with schools and parents. Furthermore, the study aims to identify pressing challenges in areas such as method development, professional development and regional collaboration and partnerships between education and health and human services.
The conceptual framework draws on our earlier research (Van Veen, 2010; Van Veen, Van der Steenhoven & Kuijvenhoven, 2007; Van Veen & Van der Steenhoven, 2008) and similar research and development in Belgium (Vettenburg & Vandewiele, 2003), the UK and USA.
A.F.D. van Veen & P. van der Steenhoven (2008 and 2010). Reboundvoorzieningen in het voortgezet onderwijs [Rebound programmes in secondary education]. Utrecht: Netherlands Youth Institute. A.F.D. van Veen, P. van der Steenhoven & T. Kuijvenhoven (2007), Reboundvoorzieningen voortgezet onderwijs [Rebound programmes in secondary education; research findings and programme analysis]. Antwerpen/leuven: Garant Publishers N. Vettenburg & B. Vandewiele (2003). Time out-projecten met schoolvervangende programma's. Leuven: Koning Boudewijnstichting
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