Black pupils ‘more likely to be diagnosed with special needs’

Black pupils are more likely to be identified as having special educational needs, a study has found. The Oxford University study found that black Caribbean pupils, including those with mixed heritage, are...

Significant increase in the number of households living below the minimum income standard reports the JRF

The Joseph Rowntree Trust’s latest Households below a Minimum Income Standard (MIS) research this week has revealed how nearly 19 million people are living below MIS, up from 16.5 million in 2008/09...

Money and Meaning: How working-age social security benefit recipients understand and use their money

 23 January 2019 This CASE Brief summarises Kate Summers’ doctoral research. The research aimed to develop a detailed picture of how working-age social security benefit recipients understand and use their...

Category - Poverty

Children in need: review

The Department for Education (DfE) has published interim findings from its review on children in need, which includes: how professionals who work with vulnerable children can better identify children in need and understand the impact of their...