Catch them before they fall: What works in supporting vulnerable children to stay in education


In post-lockdown Britain, the most vulnerable young people will be at greater risk of unemployment, and criminal and sexual exploitation. We may see a rise in school exclusions, and in young people not in education, employment or training (NEET).

But rather than looking at what could go wrong, this situation can be used as an opportunity to find out what works. Here’s how we propose that the government goes about doing that.

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