All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘department for education’

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A decade of highs and lows

Former government Communication Champion for children and young people and Chair of the Bercow: Ten Years On decision making panel, Jean Gross, reflects on the decade of change since the 2008 Bercow Report. As you read this, pause for a moment to reflect. Are you where you are in your career, your life, your relationships because you have good (or at least OK) …

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research round up

Research Round Up – December 2017

As we approach the end of the year, the reports that have been commissioned during the first school term have been coming through thick and fast. Here are some of the key findings and studies you don’t want to have missed. The Department of Education (DfE) published “Good intentions, good enough?” an independent report into the experiences and outcomes of …

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research round up

Research Round-Up

In light of this month’s theme of “Evidence for Outcomes”, we have rounded up recent report findings from across our field. We’ll be keeping up-to-date with the latest developments and discoveries in children’s speech, language and communication, education, SEN and wider social issues, ensuring our readers are also kept in the loop. Here are some of the latest pieces of …

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Department for Education

I CAN provides evidence to the National Fostering Stocktake

The Department for Education put out a call for evidence as part of a consultation for the ‘National Fostering Stocktake’ – a review of the fostering system in the UK.  You can download I CAN’s response in full here. Tweet government,politics news,politics news,politics

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Blog from our CEO: New government set on extending its free childcare offer.

Blog by I CAN’s CEO, Virginia Beardshaw. There’s been lots of focus on children’s early years pre and post election. The new government is set on extending its free childcare offer for poor families, as a way of getting more parents into work. This is a key plank of the new government’s policy for addressing poverty and disadvantage. So far …

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