Prime Minister David Cameron has outlined a raft of educational reforms – including a scheme to introduce a national teaching service to get the best staff to weaker schools. The CSJ called for this last month as part of its Breakthrough Britain 2015 series.
A two year investigation which has seen CSJ staff travel 12,000 miles and interview thousands of people has been published. Breakthrough Britain 2015 offers a host of solutions to tackle poverty in time for the General Election.
The CSJ is teaming up with leading urban youth charity XLP to host a conference on youth mental health and the impact it can have on society.
We need to transform politics and create a society of the second chance if we are to tackle entrenched poverty in the UK, CSJ Director Christian Guy said at a recent Tedx talk.