ADCS conference: More councils improve Ofsted ratings after regime change

By Dan Peters | 05 July 2019

A greater number of councils are receiving better Ofsted ratings for their children’s services after the inspectorate introduced a ‘more proportionate’ regime.

Under the Inspection of Local Authority Children’s Services (ILACS) framework introduced 18 months ago, out of 35 standards inspections, 17 councils have improved their rating, 11 have maintained it and just seven have declined.

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