Legal Update: Reforming alternative provision

Kelly Reeve
Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Kelly Reeve, senior legal consultant for the Child Law Advice Service, examines the recent proposals for reforming alternative provision and the impact this might have for children at risk of exclusion.

Proposed reforms set out that maintained schools will be responsible for commissioning all alternative provision. Picture: Peter J Hearn
Proposed reforms set out that maintained schools will be responsible for commissioning all alternative provision. Picture: Peter J Hearn

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