Children’s social care reform ‘painfully slow’, MPs conclude

Absence of social care funding concerns MPs
Meg Hillier MP, chair, Public Accounts Committee

The Department for Education needs to do more work in reforming the quality and finances of children’s social care. A group of MPs has concluded that the department needs to change track if it is to understand the pressures, costs and variations between areas in social care provision. It also needs to speed up its…

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