School Spending in England 2010–15

@inproceedings{Sibieta2015SchoolSI,
  title={School Spending in England 2010–15},
  author={Luke Sibieta},
  year={2015}
}
  • Luke Sibieta
  • Published 2015
  • Economics
  • School spending in England has been relatively protected over the past five years, with day-to-day school spending per pupil rising by about 0.6 per cent in real terms. This contrasts with cuts to other areas of education spending and across other areas of government spending more generally. This real-terms increase has been delivered by an increase in funding going to the most disadvantaged pupils via the pupil premium. (Other types of funding were frozen in cash terms per pupil.) One of the… CONTINUE READING

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