Not all local authorities have rising care rates. How do we explain this? | What Works Centre for Children’s Social Care

Originally published on 28 November 2018. Source: What Works Centre for Children’s Social Care Author: Professor Jonathan Scourfield

Most people reading this blog will be well aware, because it has been widely reported, that in all UK countries the rates of children looked after are increasing year on year. In England, the number has risen from 50,900 in 1997 to 72,670 in 2017.

However, not all local authorities have seen a rise.

Download the summary: Not all local authorities have rising care rates. How do we explain this? or you can download the full report: HERE

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