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We are the think and action-tank for education and youth

We believe society should ensure all children and young people receive the support they need to make a fulfilling transition to adulthood. We work towards this belief by articulating a vision for a society which does so, inspiring a desire to pursue it and enabling organisations to achieve it.

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All change: The latest in Education Policy 

The last fortnight has been a whirlwind for British politics. As the Brexit chaos becomes increasingly frenzied you could easily be forgiven for losing track of the latest in education policy, so LKMco has produced a round up of some of the recent developments to keep you up to date. Money, Money, Money Last week,…

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Five areas the government’s SEND review needs to focus on

We have been researching the SEND system from a range of different angles over the last five years and are therefore delighted that mounting pressure has pushed the government to take action over a system that has reached breaking point. We believe the review should focus on five key areas and a number of solutions…

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‘Special or Unique’ in the press

We recently collaborated with Disability Rights to produce ‘Special or Unique’– a report that explores young people’s attitudes towards disability and young disabled people’s experiences of school. We are delighted that our work on this important area has received considerable press interest. The Independent drew on our work to argue that despite the regular use…

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Collaborative research and perceptions of disability

Last week, Disability Rights UK launched Special or Unique– a report that explores young people’s attitudes towards disability and young disabled people’s experiences of school. We are proud to have supported Disability Rights UK in developing a participatory research approach for this project, as well as designing research tools and supporting with analysis. In this…

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