Teachers forced to paint own classrooms as cash-strapped schools struggle

Teachers forced to paint own classrooms as cash-strapped schools struggle
 

Teachers at cash-strapped schools are being forced to paint their own classrooms – because government chiefs are starving the local authority of cash to maintain buildings.
Warnings have been made that Cumbria’s schools will fall into a state of disrepair unless funding cuts are reversed as figures show the county is receiving less than half of the money it needs for repairs.
Cumbria County Council is set to get about £4.8 million to maintain schools this year; however that is well below the £10m its own estimates suggest is needed annually to fully fix the backlog of maintenance issues.... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 37
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