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By Derren Hayes |
27 March 2018
A review has concluded that current arrangements around adoption contact are not meeting the needs of birth families and adopted children.
By Anna Feuchtwang |
The education select committee's inquiry into alternative provision in education is part of its stated commitment to social justice. This is a social justice issue.
By Howard Williamson |
The recurrent assertions by the government that the National Citizen Service (NCS) has not replaced "traditional" youth services have been, quite rightly, viewed as disingenuous.
27 February 2018
The headline findings from the Our Lives Our Care survey published in late February are encouraging for everyone working in children's social care.
By Paul Ennals |
Every now and again something in the world changes. After generations of people accepting one type of behaviour, something happens that moves the goal posts.
By Jacky Tiotto |
Ofsted's new children's services inspection arrangements place far greater emphasis than the previous regime on leaders' self assessing what we do and why.
30 January 2018
By Kathy Evans |
It is still too early to offer any well-informed predictions of what to expect from new Education Secretary Damian Hinds and his ministers at the Department for Education.
By John Freeman |
One unexpected aspect of social media has been the lack of friction with which information flows, both within small groups, and into the public consciousness.
02 January 2018
Two years ago, Ofsted national director for social care Eleanor Schooling said she expected children's services judgments under the single inspection framework (SIF) to begin improving.
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