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Summary statistics for attainment, leaver destinations and healthy living, No. 5: 2015 Edition, 17/06/15 [S]
This publication presents post review attainment for 2013/14 school leavers, initial and follow up school leaver destinations for 2013/14, and information on the healthy living survey taken in February 2015.

Social Security for Scotland: Benefits being devolved to the Scottish Parliament, 16/06/15 [S]
A document providing an initial examination of the benefits which are set to be devolved to Scotland under the Smith Commission recommendations.

Publication for Children on Education (Scotland) Bill 2015, 24/03/15 [S]
The Scottish Government has published information for children on the Education (Scotland) Bill 2015.

Publication for Parents on Education (Scotland) Bill 2015, 24/03/15 [S]
The Scottish Government has published information for parents on the Education (Scotland) Bill 2015.

Publication on Equalities Impact Assessment of the Education (Scotland) Bill 2015, 24/03/15 [S]
The Scottish Government has published a document outlining the main equality considerations throughout the policy devellopment of the Education (Scotland) Bill 2015.

Publication for Parents on Education (Scotland) Bill 2015 in Gaelic, 24/03/15[S]
The Scottish Government has published information for parents on the Education (Scotland) Bill 2015 in Gaelic

Publication on the Business and Regulatory Final Impact Assessment of Education (Scotland) Bill 2015, 24/03/15 [S]
The Scottish Government has published the Business and Regulatory Final Impact Assessment of the Education (Scotland) Bill 2015.

Self Directed Support Written Answer, 19/02/15 [S]
Written answer given in response to Michael Russell's (SNP) question asking the Scottish Government whether the statutory guidance accompanying the Social Care (Self-directed Support) (Scotland) Act 2013 allows local authorities to provide grant aid to community organisations in order to invest in preventative and universal services.

Children's Names, Statistics, 18/12/14 [S]
Jack and Emily were the most popular first forenames for babies whose births were registered in 2014, National Records of Scotland (NRS) announced today. Jack was the top boys’ name for a seventh consecutive year, and Emily rose from third to replace Sophie as the most popular girls’ name.

The Smith Commission Report, 27/11/14 [S]
On Thursday 27th November 2014 the Smith Commission published its report detailing Heads of Agreement on further devolution of powers to the Scottish Parliament.