Disadvantaged children under YOTs ‘least likely’ to access employment schemes

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, June 8, 2022

The most disadvantaged young people involved with youth offending services, including those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), are least likely to be supported through education and employment, new research has found.

Justin Russell: 'Getting children with complicated backgrounds into education, training and employment can be extremely challenging.' Picture: HMI Probation
Justin Russell: 'Getting children with complicated backgrounds into education, training and employment can be extremely challenging.' Picture: HMI Probation

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