Against the odds: re-engaging young people in education, employment or training: benchmarking your council’s performance for young people most at risk of being NEET

Document type
Other
Corporate author(s)
Audit Commission for Local Authorities and the National Health Service in England
Publisher
Audit Commission
Date of publication
1 July 2010
Subject(s)
Children and Young People, Education and Skills
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

Download (1.7MB )

Graphs accompanying the Against the Odds report. These show performance in fieldwork areas for groups at risk of becoming NEET. Each graph shows the percentage of young people who spend time NEET in the two years after they leave secondary education at 16. Performance varies across the areas visited, with areas performing differently depending on the at-risk group. Local areas can use these graphs to benchmark their own performance and highlight areas for improvement.

The graphs cover the following groups: all young people; teenage parents; young people supervised by the Youth Offending Team; young people in care or who have left care; young people with identified learning difficulties and disabilities; and young people with special educational needs.

Related to Children and Young People

Mental health and Covid-19: in our own words

Report on how Covid-19 has affected the mental health of young people

Children in custody during lockdown

Briefing on children custody services during the coronavirus pandemic

Detention of unaccompanied children arriving in Kent during 2020

Briefing on the conditions of asylum seeking children

The state of children's mental health services 2020/21

Annual report on the impact of Covid on children

More items related to this subject