Evidence submitted to the Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee inquiry into funding and provision of children's services

Document type
Guidance
Author(s)
Longfield, Anne
Publisher
Children's Commissioner for England
Date of publication
25 February 2019
Subject(s)
Children and Young People, Housing and Homelessness, Education and Skills
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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The Children’s Commissioner is keen to ensure that local authorities have the resources necessary to meet the needs of children in their area. This submission poses the following questions:

  • What are the needs of children which local authorities ought to meet?
  • What is currently being spent meeting these needs?
  • How does spending map onto the needs of children?
This submission also briefly outlines the research undertaken to date, and further research which is ongoing.

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