Most schools in England worse off next year than in 2015, study says

Union research shows just 18 of 533 constituencies will get real terms per pupil funding rises

Schools in the vast majority of constituencies in England will be worse off next year than they were in 2015, despite the Conservatives’ promise of additional funding, according to research.

The National Education Union (NEU) said just 18 out of 533 constituencies would receive real terms per pupil funding increases next April, compared with 2015, even with the extra £2.6bn announced by Boris Johnson. Of those, 13 are Conservative-held and include Jacob Rees-Mogg’s North East Somerset constituency.

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Source: The Guardian
Most schools in England worse off next year than in 2015, study says