Liable to question?

The insurance market is failing schools. The most recent government guidance on insurance for schools dates from 2003; since then both the issues surrounding insurance and the education system itself have grown substantially more complicated. This lack of information – coupled with an unresponsive commercial market – has meant that insurance arrangements for schools can be unnecessarily generic and expensive, and fail to meet their needs.

The insurance market is failing schools, suggests Mark Blois – but make sure you have the right cover, and the cost savings may follow later.

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