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A year of bad news in schools – but don’t blame lack of cash


YESTERDAY I reviewed the 2018 educational year for the Yorkshire Post. Whichever way you looked at it – from standards to teacher recruitment to pupil discipline or mental health, it was hard to find anything but bad news. And once more blame focused on funding. This, as I explained, is not the problem.

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Chris McGovern
Chris McGovern
Chris McGovern is the Chairman of the Campaign for Real Education. A retired head teacher with 35 years’ teaching experience, Chris is a former advisor to the Policy Unit at 10 Downing Street under two Prime Ministers.

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