‘What Works? Evidence for decision makers’ report

Published on the 25 November 2014, this report ‘What Works? Evidence for decision makers’ from the What Works Centres and their National Adviser, David Halpern, provides a selection of recent findings on how those in the public sector can make better use of the information available to them.

The What Works Network aims to support better public services. The network, and the centres it includes, are designed to make the best evidence of ‘what works’, is available to the people who make decisions on public services. This includes government ministers, council leaders, doctors, head teachers, police chiefs, children’s services professionals and many more.

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