Costs and Benefits of Creative Partnerships

This report by PricewaterhouseCoopers for Creative Culture & Education analyses the economic costs and benefits of Creative Partnerships. The analysis focuses on assessing the costs of delivering the programme and the benefits accruing to two distinct groups: learners and their parents; and schools and the teachers within them. Overall, Creative Partnerships is estimated to have generated or is expected to generate a net positive economic benefit of just under £4bn. In other words, every £1 invested in the programme delivers £15.30 worth of benefits. Leadership Briefing 5.07 (55)

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