Tight budgets mean sharing kids’ services

By Sam Clayden | 20 April 2017

Sharing children’s services will be the ‘future’ as budgets continue to tighten, according to a top Department for Education official.

Director of improvement and learning for children’s social care, Graham Archer, said there were ‘really powerful benefits from bringing either specific services or the whole of the children’s social care service together’.

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