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Updated tool for comparing data about children and young people
Date:19 MAY 2015
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The Department for Education has released an updated version of its tool for comparing data about children and young people across all local authorities in England.

The tool presents information in interactive tables and charts with the local authority’s rank and position within the national context. It includes data on:
  • looked-after children;
  • child protection;
  • special educational needs and disability (SEND);
  • pupil attainment;
  • children’s health;
  • post-16 circumstances; and
  • judgments from Ofsted.

Click here to view the revised Local Authority Interactive Tool [updated 1 December 2015].

Click here to view the User Guide.
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