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Starting out right: early education and looked after children

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Looked after children (LAC) are those for whom the state assumes parental responsibility because the adults caring for them – usually the birth parent/s – are no longer able to. In England, 60 per cent of LAC enter care following abuse or neglect. The majority of LAC are placed with a foster carer, either a registered foster parent or ‘kinship care’ with a relative or friend. The number of LAC in England has been rising steadily in recent years, reaching 70,440 in 2016. Just under one fifth o...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
Social Sciences Division
Department:
Education
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Publisher:
University of Oxford/Family and Childcare Trust Publisher's website
Journal:
Starting Out Right: early education and looked after children
Host title:
Starting out right : early education and looked after children
Publication date:
2016-12-01
Source identifiers:
690920
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uuid:c458070a-2dc5-4da7-b8e9-e55c9233d53c
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pubs:690920
Deposit date:
2017-04-22

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