Government relaxes recovery plan demand

By Dan Peters | 19 August 2020

The Government has scrapped its requirement for all councils with a cumulative dedicated schools grant (DSG) deficit of more than 1% to submit a recovery plan.

Last year 32 councils had to submit a plan outlining how they would recover their special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) deficits within three years.

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