'Inadequate councils need more time to improve', says LGA

Derren Hayes
Monday, December 14, 2015

Government expectations that councils must improve failing children's services within six months to avoid outside intervention are unrealistic, local government and children's leaders have warned.

The LGA has warned that an 'inadequate' Ofsted judgment can create problems that make the improvement process longer
The LGA has warned that an 'inadequate' Ofsted judgment can create problems that make the improvement process longer

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