88% of schools still face massive cuts



Unions warn that Tories’ new funding plan isn’t enough
SCHOOLS across England face losing thousands of pounds from their annual budgets, affecting every primary and secondary school pupil, six unions warned yesterday.
They said that 88 per cent of state schools face real-terms budget cuts per pupil between 2015-16 and 2019-20.
The average primary school will lose £52,546 a year while secondary schools will lose an average £178,321 each.
This is on top of the £2.8 billion cut suffered since 2015, according to the National Education Union (NEU), National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT),... read more

 
26 September 2017 in Sport, Views: 64
Source: Morning Star
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