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The Future of Jobcentre Plus: Work and Pensions Committee Report

The report by the Work and Pensions Committee into the future of Jobcentre Plus covered the planned on-going co-location of JCP offices with other local services, such as council benefit teams and health services, and a process of devolution of employment services to combined local authorities and devolved governments

England & Wales, Scotland
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Managing the expansion of the academies programme – NAO report

• The National Audit Office (NAO) have published a report (“Managing the expansion the Academies Programme”) evaluating the implementation of the Schools Academies Programme (“the Programme”) since May 2010, and the adequacy of the Government’s funding and oversight framework across the academies sector. • The NAO found that while the Department for Education (DfE) has…

England & Wales
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Monitoring and Evaluation of local climate change adaptation

Global temperatures have already increased by 1.0°C compared to pre-industrial levels. Adaptation is becoming increasingly important, but most local authorities do not have comprehensive adaptation plans in place. Monitoring and evaluation of adaptation is a useful tool to demonstrate progress, communicate with stakeholders, motivate internal stakeholders and increase funding allocations.

Australia, England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland
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Alternative Provision – the debate continues

Alternative provision – educational provision for children out of school – remains in the spotlight as it manages the increased number of children who have been excluded and off-rolled. This briefing looks at the Government response to the Commons education committee report and two DfE research reports, one a national picture of provision, and the…

England & Wales
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Impact Evaluation of the SEND Pathfinder Programme – DfE research

Part 3 of the Children and Families Bill makes provision to change the way the needs of children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) are assessed and met. To test these provisions, the Department for Education (DfE) established a SEND Pathfinder Programme following the publication of the SEN Green Paper Support…

England & Wales
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Child Protection: HMIC inspection of Metropolitan Police Service

The report includes many observations and examples of good and bad practice from which police forces and agencies involved in child protection will be able to learn. It will be of interest to LA officers and elected members with child protection responsibilities, particularly those in contact with the police.

Scotland
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Erasmus+ funding for young people: Brexit background information

The EU funded seven-year Erasmus+ programme aims to promote the growth of youth work, sport, training and education across Europe though exchange of students and other activities. Expenditure is currently about €130 million a year. This briefing describes the programme and looks at the possible effect of Brexit.

England & Wales, Scotland
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More affordable childcare: DfE statement, statutory guidance and consultation

The Government, having previously outlined plans to improve the quality of childcare in More Great Childcare (January 2013), has published More affordable childcare (July 2013), which sets out plans to deliver more childcare that is both affordable and meets the needs of working parents. Some aspects of the plans require amendment of primary legislation, regulations…

England & Wales
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Oireachtas Review: June 2020

June saw Micheál Martin elected Taoiseach with support from FG, Green and Independent T.D’s, with more cabinet appointments listed in this briefing. In other news, members of Greens, Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael overwhelmingly endorsed Programme for Government.

Ireland