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Initial teacher training (ITT) and teacher professional development

How teachers enter, and are inducted into, the teaching profession matters not just because of the need to have sufficient well-trained teachers in schools but because of the role teachers have in society and in developing the character, minds and personalities of future generations of citizens. In England, the Government is pursuing reforms on initial…

England & Wales

Opportunities for local government to catalyse inclusive and sustainable economic transitions

In this introductory briefing, Dr Anne Tiernan explores the ideas and identifies the opportunity context that presents for local governments to catalyse and drive inclusive, sustainable economic growth, to build on and leverage their strengths, and to attract and retain investment in their communities and places. This series of briefings will address the nexus between…

Australia
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How much do people need to live on? JRF’s Minimum Income Standard 2021

Every year the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) publish their Minimum Income Standard which allows people to meet material needs and participate in society. This briefing focuses on how people on benefits or on the National Living Wage can reach the MIS in light of potential Covid-19 impacts.

England & Wales, Scotland

Local government finance in the pandemic

The recent NAO report on local government finance during the pandemic is sobering but not unexpected. It calls on the government to focus on service sustainability, to continue to provide additional financial support and warns of the risks of financial failure should that support not be forthcoming.

England & Wales
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UK parliamentary legislation in progress February and March 2021

This is the second of a new series of updates on UK parliamentary legislation of interest to local government. It looks back over the previous month, updating the progress of each piece of legislation and includes a summary of developments, including the debates.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Housing: State of the Nation

As the pandemic continues to monopolise the attention of government, housing policy faces the same challenges of affordability and supply as it did at the beginning of 2020. This briefing will provide a short statement of where we stand at the start of 2021 in the hope and expectation that the making and implementation of…

Ireland
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The Agricultural Transition Plan 2021 to 2024

This briefing summarises the policy paper: Agricultural transition plan 2021 to 2024 published on 30 November 2020. The document sets out post-Brexit agricultural policy for England.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Greener homes: the UK grant schemes that hit a red light

The green homes grant voucher scheme was meant to provide a jobs boost (post-Covid) and tackle the climate emergency by making homes more energy-efficient – it did neither. A report by the National Audit Office looks at what went wrong.

England & Wales, Scotland
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Skills and Post-16 Education Bill

This briefing is on the Skills and Post-16 Education Bill introduced to Parliament in the House of Lords on 18 May 2021. The Bill provides the necessary primary legislation to support the White Paper Skills for jobs: lifelong learning for opportunity and growth published on 21 January 2021. The briefing includes a summary of the…

England & Wales
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Strategies for driving economic regeneration, regional productivity, and innovation

This is the second briefing in our series on the nexus between governance, recovery, and economic transitions. Dr Anne Tiernan explores strategies for driving economic regeneration, regional productivity, and innovation. It reviews research and emerging economic thinking about the enablers of economic growth outside of the major capital cities – the primary engines of employment…

Australia