Daily roundup: Troubled families, physical education and Labour policy

Derren Hayes
Monday, June 16, 2014

Troubled Families programme not delivering lasting change data shows; Wilshaw to issue warning to councils on physical education; and Labour urged to drop protection for health and education budgets, all in the news today.

The Troubled Families programme aims to turn around the lives of the 120,000 most vulnerable families in England by 2015. Image: Howard Barlow
The Troubled Families programme aims to turn around the lives of the 120,000 most vulnerable families in England by 2015. Image: Howard Barlow

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