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Growing research and practice partnerships. Policy. Research. Practice . ‘Turning the Curve’. Results Based Accountability. Fiscal Policy Studies Institute Santa Fe, New Mexico. WEBSITES www.resultsaccountability.com www.raguide.org. BOOK ORDERS www.trafford.com

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Growing research and practice partnerships

Growing research and practice partnerships

Policy

Research

Practice


Turning the curve

‘Turning the Curve’

Results BasedAccountability

Fiscal Policy Studies Institute

Santa Fe, New Mexico

WEBSITES

www.resultsaccountability.com

www.raguide.org

BOOK ORDERSwww.trafford.com

www.amazon.com


Methodology

Methodology

  • Baseline

  • Story behind the baseline

  • Partners

  • Three best ideas


Baseline national policy

Baseline – National policy

  • Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012

  • Ofsted - Inspection of services for children in need of help and protection, children looked after and care leavers

  • Welfare Reform – Universal Credit, benefits cap, under-occupancy rules

  • Higher Education Bursary Regulations

  • Staying Put

  • Supported Lodgings and HMRC Qualifying Care Relief

  • Southwark judgment


Growing research and practice partnerships

Baseline – trends


Three best ideas

Three best ideas?

Paul Bunker

Regional Development Manager – Safeguarding and Vulnerable ChildrenNorth West ADCS

[email protected]


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