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Mark Whitehead investigates the Government's 'seemingly casual' approach to data when it comes to education spending.
Head teachers have attacked the way the Government has used statistics to defend its spending on education as 'shocking and disturbing'.
The latest spending plans show schools will suffer real terms cuts in funding, local government leaders have warned.
Councils would be given control of academies and have new powers to build more schools if Labour were elected, the party conference heard yesterday.
Government budget cuts are forcing many schools to rely more heavily on financial contributions from parents, a charity focusing on social mobility finds.
Ofsted is not providing the level of independent assurance about the quality of education that schools and parents need, MPs warn.
The Government denies accusations that the number of primary school infants in classes over 30 pupils has nearly doubled under the Tories.
The Government has published guidance aimed at helping schools reduce the £10bn bill they pay annually on non-staffing costs.
Half of all councils England may be unable to meet demand for new secondary school places within five years, town hall chiefs have warned today.
It is the ‘responsibility of drivers’ to read signs, Hackney Council argues in response to criticisms that its new traffic cameras are inadequately signposted.