Extra school cash fails to address 'unprecedented' spending slowdown, says IFS


A government pledge to spend an extra £4.3bn on schools over the next three years will only reverse cuts of the last decade and still leave further education facing a £1bn shortfall, according to analysis by the think-tank The Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS).

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