DfE: Improving the educational outcomes of Children in Need

Policy product type
Briefing tailored for LGiU Scotland from LGiU content
Published date
March 6, 2019
Author
Martin Rogers, LGiU Associate
Categories
People, Services
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Children in Need are children on a Child Protection Plan, Looked-after, disabled or otherwise supported by social workers. DfE has researched how to improve the educational outcomes of these children. This is part of our School Report briefing series, reporting on education in England.

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