Cumbrian headteachers step into row over school cutbacks

Cumbrian headteachers step into row over school cutbacks
 

The education of Cumbria’s children “should not be sacrificed for the sake of debt recovery”, according to secondary headteachers.
The Cumbria Association of Secondary Headteachers (CASH) have stepped into the deepening row about controversial proposals to claw back more than £8.3 million from local schools.
Cumbria’s schools forum – a panel of local experts who shape how central government funding for education is spent in the area – is looking to save £14.1 million in 2017-18 as part of efforts to meet the rising costs of supporting children with special needs.
Cumbria County Council says... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 24
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