Jonathan Carr-West, LGiU Chief Executive, speaks to Guardian Local Leaders about the findings of our new report, ‘Standing room only – have we enough school places?’, which we published with the NUT.
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Public Finance covers our new report, published in partnership with the NUT, on school place planning.
Christine Blower, General Secretary for the NUT, talks about our joint report on school place planning.
John Fowler, LGiU Policy Manager, discusses the 10th anniversary of the publication of Every Child Matters, the green paper that led to the creation of the statutory post of director of children’s services.
Children and Young People Now cover our latest report with the NUT, ‘Standing Room Only – Have we enough school places?’
With a record number of entries onto school rolls, local authorities are calling on the Government for greater clarity on the management of school places to ensure a balanced system. In partnership with the NUT, think tank LGiU surveyed 95 Directors of Children’s Services and Lead Members for Children’s Services to assess the effectiveness of…
The MJ covers our new report, ‘Standing Room Only – have we enough school places?’, which we published in partnership with the NUT.
Red Brick blog covers our new report, House Proud, on the private rented sector.
The Guardian Local Leaders Network covers the publication of our new report, House Proud, in their weekly roundup.