The government’s plans to plug the funding gap in school budgets just does not add up.
There is nowhere near enough money to ensure that our schools are properly funded.
In July, secretary of state for education, Justine Greening, fudged the numbers. She claimed there would be an additional £1.3 billion for schools over the next two years but she raided this money from other parts of the education budget and even worse, this would be nowhere near enough to reverse the £2.8 billion in cuts that schools have already seen.
We want to step up the pressure on the government to fund our…
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