This review evaluates existing research to understand the processes through which people with multiple or complex needs engage, or do not engage, with services to resolve their problems and identifies good practice.
Statistics Publication Notice - Business Enterprise Research and Development 2005
Bulletin providing statistics on the number and type of community orders and social enquiry reports.
This document contains analysis of the exclusions data for 2005/06. Information relates to local authority schools only. Exclusions include both temporary exclusions and pupils removed from the register.
Nearly all of this publication refers to cases of exclusion, which must not be confused with the number of pupils excluded, as some pupils were excluded more than once during the year.
Following one of the recommendations from the Scottish Council for Research in Education the Executive has produced this glossary of terms relating to mainstream and specialist educational provision.
This page contains guidance on the appropriate qualifications for teachers of pupils who are hearing impaired, visually impaired or both hearing and visually impaired
Gross margin data for LFA hill cattle farms for the 2005 calendar year.
Learning & Development Strategy for the Scottish Fire and Rescue
Report presenting the findings of an 18-month evaluation of three pilot initiatives financed by the Scottish Executive Education Department (SEED) and implemented in three local authorities: North Lanarkshire, East Ayrshire and Glasgow City.
Findings of the 18-month evaluation of three pilot initiatives aimed to improve the transition between primary and secondary school.
Responses, by those who chose to 'opt-in' on the consultation on the Consolidation and Alignment of the Student Support Regulations
Spring Budget Revision 2006-07
A report on a recent consultation on the PTUC. The consultation document “Proposals for a Public Transport User’ Committee for Scotland” are already on the executive website
Scottish Gross Domestic Product for the third quarter of 2006
Consultation with Licensed Seed Testing Stations (LSTS) in Scotland and other key stakeholders, on a proposal to amend the Seeds (Fees) (Scotland) Regulations 2002 in respect of fees charged to LSTS for licences and sample throughput.
Responses to SPP 11 Consultation Draft
Getting it Right for Every Child means that, no matter where they live or whatever their needs, children and families know where they can seek help, what help is available, that the help is appropriate to their needs and will be delivered to the highest possible standard. This document supports the implementation of Getting it Right for Every Child providing a framework for planning and action to help improve outcomes for children in Scotland.
Provides information about travel within Great Britain by Scottish residents, including average number of journeys per person per year, modes and purposes of travel, and distances travelled
This research commissioned by the Scottish Executive forecasts how the broadband market will develop in Scotland over the next 5-10 years, the economic impact of different generations of broadband (to Scotland) and provides policy recommendations for the Executive to consider.
Analysis of responses to consultation on the award of University title to Queen Margaret University College