Children's services leaders query Tory school places plans

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The Association of Directors of Children's Services has raised concerns about plans set out by the Conservative Party to prevent councils from creating new school places in schools that have been rated less than "good".

Boarding school fees are lower than the cost of a residential children’s home place. Picture: rimmdream/Adobe Stock
Boarding school fees are lower than the cost of a residential children’s home place. Picture: rimmdream/Adobe Stock

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