Children missing education: Families’ experiences

Lankelly Chase & NCB (2017)
Published by the National Children’s Bureau

The main focus of this report is on qualitative interviews with families whose children are not in education, but it also discusses some issues which will be of interest to strategy and policy colleagues. The report authors look at the various estimates of the number of children missing education, from 10,000 to 100,000. There is a discussion of the definition Continue reading “Children missing education: Families’ experiences”