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Work and Pensions Committee
Oral evidence concluded.
This inquiry closed on the dissolution of Parliament on 3 May 2017.
The Committees invite written evidence on: The relationship between early years education and the life chances strategy; and Cross-departmental co-ordination on early years interventions and interaction with the benefits system and public services.
Evidence given by Megan Jarvie, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Family and Childcare Trust, Steven McIntosh, Head of Government Relations, Save the Children, Professor Michael Thomas, Director of the Centre for Educational NeuroscienceEmma Smale, Head of Policy and Research, Action for Children, Jessica Southgate, Head of Policy, 4Children, Adam Pemberton, Corporate Director for Strategy and Performance, Barnardo's, Jan Dubiel, National Development Manager, Early Excellence
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Work and Pensions Committee and Education Committee launch a joint inquiry into the Government’s life chances strategy