What Works Centre seeks 'pioneer councils' to develop social care best practice

Joe Lepper
Wednesday, May 16, 2018

A government-backed initiative to improve the quality of children's social care has said it wants to team up with "pioneer councils" to test new approaches and help ensure evidence of good work is being shared across the sector.

Gingerbread said significant number of parents reported being pushed into unsuitable self-employment. Picture: Shutterstock
Gingerbread said significant number of parents reported being pushed into unsuitable self-employment. Picture: Shutterstock

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