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News: Small schools ‘may be hit by apprenticeship levy’

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Smaller maintained schools could end up contributing to the apprenticeship levy, according to reports. The levy was designed to be paid only by employers with a pay bill of more than £3 million, but some LAs are reportedly planning to top-slice schools’ budgets to help with the costs.

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