Prof. Leon Feinstein

Professor, University of Oxford

Leon Feinstein is Professor of Education and Children’s Social Care at the University of Oxford and Director the Rees Centre. He is undertaking work on the measurement of vulnerability, need and risk of children and working with local and national agencies to improve use of data to improve children’s lives, experiences and outcomes.

Leon was Director of Evidence at the Office of the Children’s Commissioner from 2016-2019. From 2013 to 2016 Leon was Director of Evidence at the Early Intervention Foundation, an independent charity and “What Works” centre, working to evaluate the impact of early intervention. From 2008 to 2013 Leon was a civil servant, working in the Treasury and the Cabinet Office on policy implementation and performance policy.

Before joining the civil service, Leon was Professor of Education and Social Policy at the Institute of Education. During this period, Leon’s academic research concerned the intergenerational transmission of advantage and disadvantage in terms of social structure, education and income.

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Prof. Leon Feinstein

Professor, University of Oxford

Leon Feinstein is Professor of Education and Children’s Social Care at the University of Oxford and Director the Rees Centre. He is undertaking work on the measurement of vulnerability, need and risk of children and working with local and national agencies to improve use of data to improve children’s lives, experiences and outcomes.

Leon was Director of Evidence at the Office of the Children’s Commissioner from 2016-2019. From 2013 to 2016 Leon was Director of Evidence at the Early Intervention Foundation, an independent charity and “What Works” centre, working to evaluate the impact of early intervention. From 2008 to 2013 Leon was a civil servant, working in the Treasury and the Cabinet Office on policy implementation and performance policy.

Before joining the civil service, Leon was Professor of Education and Social Policy at the Institute of Education. During this period, Leon’s academic research concerned the intergenerational transmission of advantage and disadvantage in terms of social structure, education and income.

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