An overview of the final report of the College of the Future Commission, its England report, the DfE commissioned report on financial oversight of the sector and the prospects for the further education white paper.
Today the Chancellor laid out his much-anticipated one-year Spending Review, in place of the Comprehensive Spending Review and three-year plan he had hoped to produce before the pandemic disrupted the economic backdrop. This on-the-day briefing brings you the highlights.
DfE and DHSC research on the state of wellbeing and mental health of children and young people in England
This briefing is on the UK Government’s 2020 annual report of the wellbeing of children and young people. Children generally responded with resilience to changes in their lives between March and September 2020, though mental health difficulties have increased for school-aged children and older groups.
What makes the difference to where we end up in life? A collection of our recent publications and events focusing on social mobility.
The pandemic-related economic crisis is having a significant impact on unemployment, but particularly so for young people, who are 2.5 times more likely to be working in the sectors most affected. This briefing describes the challenges facing young people in employment, sets out how Scottish Government aims to address these challenges, and provides insight into…
The Government’s spending review is due to conclude at the end of November. In this blog, LGIU Associate Mark Upton considers the possible impact on education and children services.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer is expected to announce the results of the Government’s review of expenditure for 2020-21 on Wednesday, 25 November 2020. This briefing looks at the prospects for school and 16-19 education, family and children’s social care services, early years and youth services.
A joint event by LGIU and the Social Mobility Commission - probing regional disparities and setting the stage for new research and practice.
From the end of the transition period (31 December 2020), the current EU regulatory framework for cross border family law cases is likely to cease as the UK will need to rely on international conventions rather than EU law. This affects children of EU citizens in the UK (and children of UK citizens in EU…