Study to put outsourcing on a plate for struggling children's services

Neil Puffett
Monday, April 14, 2014

The government-commissioned review of outsourcing of children's services aims to identify best practice improvement models involving voluntary and commercial providers that councils can turn to quickly when problems are entrenched.

Julian Le Grand will work with ADCS president Alan Wood on a study to research ways of delivering services nationally outside the control of councils
Julian Le Grand will work with ADCS president Alan Wood on a study to research ways of delivering services nationally outside the control of councils

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