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Schools in Milton Keynes face cuts of £5.7 million next year, warns council

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29 out of 37 schools in Chippenham area will see a reduction in their spending power next year compared to this year. More than two in three schools in England will have a lower spending power than in 2015. It comes after the Government instructed council-run schools to give teachers a much-deserved pay rise of between 5 and 8.9 per cent.
Published 3 months ago · Chippenham, United Kingdom

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Schools in Milton Keynes face cuts of £5.7 million next year, warns council

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