Tag: budget cuts

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Schools are increasingly forced to live beyond the meagre means the government gives them, a situation that can’t last according to the EPI’s Jon Andrews Ten years ago,...
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As one school consults parents on regular cash contributions to boost its ailing coffers, editor Laura McInerney considers the implications   Schools are facing a grim financial situation....
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Funding cuts, a recruitment crisis . . . what is there to be happy about? Well, the quality of the profession and the initial signals the government is...
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We may know who will govern the country for the next five years, but the detail of education funding under a Conservative administration remains opaque David Cameron has...
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A Conservative government with Nicky Morgan as secretary of state gives some chance of stability to allow schools to implement changes already in the pipeline In the National...
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The Conservatives have a clear majority. So what is the reality for school leaders, governors and teachers? Many of us will remember the 1997 election and the glow...
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Money is not the sole salvation in achieving quality education for all children. However, cutting the money available can have a devastating impact on those schools that have...
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More teachers will be needed to teach students who don’t really want to be there. . . and just as more budget cuts are about to hit further...
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Away from boarding schools and instead looking at SEN provision, Mark Baker discusses the challenges of budget cuts in schools attempting to meet new reforms Children and young...