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By Gabriella Jozwiak |
05 March 2019
Government reforms designed to boost take-up of its apprenticeships programme have been met with sharp falls among young new starters, according to the National Audit Office (NAO).
04 March 2019
Understanding why unemployment and poor education affects so many young people after leaving care is to be the subject of a major study.
19 February 2019
A council's children's social care services have been downgraded from an Ofsted overall "good" to "requires improvement" after inspectors found numbers of caseloads continued to be too high.
15 January 2019
The government's skills policy needs a "radical overhaul", the shadow international trade minister has suggested.
By CYP Now |
22 November 2018
The 2018 CYP Now Awards were revealed last night on a night of celebration and pride for the sector.
By Joe Lepper |
31 August 2018
Standards at two London councils have been praised by Ofsted inspectors in the wake of an acrimonious split from partnership arrangements with a third council.
27 August 2018
Local government reorganisation has hamstrung efforts by a council's leaders to make improvements to children's services, according to Ofsted.
25 April 2018
A struggling council that a government report recommended be scrapped and replaced with two new unitary authorities is pushing ahead with plans to establish children's services to an independent trust in 12 months' time.
By CYP Now reporter |
28 March 2018
The 2018 Children & Young People Now Awards are open for entries to organisations, individuals and teams from across the UK.
By Neil Puffett |
08 January 2018
Former employment minister Damian Hinds has been made Education Secretary following a government reshuffle.
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