Data laws are costing schools in South Tyneside £100,000

Data laws are costing schools in South Tyneside £100,000
 

Schools in cash-strapped South Tyneside are missing out on up to £100,000 a year to support disadvantaged pupils, a report has revealed.
‘Concerns’ over sharing information due to Data Protection laws has been highlighted as an issue.
The result is that 48 children have been identified as possibly not receiving an entitlement of £1,900 each to support their education.
The lost cash amounts to almost a third of the total that schools in the borough should be claiming, the South Tyneside Council report shows.
It is money due to schools under the Government’s Pupil Premium – which targets help... read more

 
19 December 2017 in Regional North East, Views: 197
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