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Schools in England will receive £2.6bn extra next year under Chancellor Sajid Javid’s spending plans. This will be the first step towards reversing budget cuts and returning school funding to pre-austerity levels. The announcement follows last week’s unveiling of a three-year plan to boost school funding by £7.1bn by 2022-23 School leaders have raised concerns about relying on a funding plan that will take three years at a time of such political and economic volatility….Read More