The Labour Party officially launched its manifesto for the 2017 General Election on Tuesday, 16th of May.
Labour is proposing to commit an extra £25.3bn for education, which will be funded from extra tax revenue.
Below is a round-up of the pledges made to the education sector:
Create a unified National Education Service (NES) as one of the “central institutions of fairness” for the 21st century.
Introduce a fairer funding formula to redress the historical underfunding of certain schools, which would leave “no school worse off”.
Reduce class sizes to less than 30 pupils for all…
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