£5.4bn funding shortfall leaves schools at 'breaking point'

Gabriella Jozwiak
Monday, March 25, 2019

The government has underfunded schools in England by £5.4bn over the past three years and risks "disastrously" letting down a generation of children, education unions have warned.

National Association of Head Teachers general secretary Paul Whiteman, warns that funding shortfall is leaving schools at "breaking point". Image: NAHT
National Association of Head Teachers general secretary Paul Whiteman, warns that funding shortfall is leaving schools at "breaking point". Image: NAHT

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