Provider bias fear

16th October 2009 at 01:00

Local authorities have a limited understanding of private learning providers, leading to fears their commissioning strategies may be biased against independents, says the Association of Learning Providers (ALP). A members survey has found concern over authorities' ability to remain neutral when they assume responsibility for planning and commissioning education for the under-19s from April 1 next year.

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