Learning providers call for payment-by-results in schools

Joe Lepper
Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Schools should be subject to a payment-by-results system of funding dependent on their pupils' maths and English GCSE results, apprenticeship providers have claimed.

Learning providers want schools to pay for the cost of helping students catch-up on literacy and numeracy skills. Image: Vicky Matthers
Learning providers want schools to pay for the cost of helping students catch-up on literacy and numeracy skills. Image: Vicky Matthers

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