The United Kingdom's Part-Privately Funded Business Academy Bexley
No 2004/10, PEB Exchange, Programme on Educational Building from OECD Publishing
The Business Academy Bexley is one of the first purpose-built, part-privately funded independent state schools in Europe. As part of the United Kingdoms new approach to raising educational standards in areas of social deprivation and low educational attainment, Bexley was designed to facilitate integration among its students and with local residents and to enrich the learning process.
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