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Four out of five schools to be worse off financially than in 2015.

Four out of five schools to be worse off financially than in 2015.

Four out of five schools will be worse off next year than they were in 2015, funding campaigners have claimed today.

Despite extra funding being announced by the Department for Education, unions say the vast majority of schools will still be less well funded than they were four years ago.

Geoff Barton, the general secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders, said today’s figures showed that the funding crisis was not over.

 

The new figures have been released by the School Cuts coalition ahead of education secretary Gavin Williamson’s speech at the Conservative Party conference.

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