Analysis: The unseen school funding struggles

Knife crime, parental expectations and cutbacks across the public sector will continue to make it difficult for many local authorities to balance their schools budget, documents seen by Tes suggest.


Read why so many councils are in such debt and what they’re trying to do to claw back some funding. Analysis: The unseen school funding struggles

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