The DfE commissioned report Good intentions, good enough? makes wide ranging proposals to improve the education and care of children in residential schools and colleges, planning for such provision, and the assessment processes which local authorities with health service partners undertake with parents before a placement is made. Provision is expensive. This is the LGiU’s take on the report.
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