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Portable Education Budget

There seems to be no good reason why families should not control the funding for their child's education - especially if their child has extra or more complex needs. This would enable resources to be used more intelligently and flexibly.

The publisher is The Centre for Welfare Reform.

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Simon Duffy

Simon Duffy



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