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The cost of Tory education policies: One in five primary schools has no space for pupils
Nearly one in five primary schools don’t have enough space for their pupils and don’t have enough money to expand, write Labour Parliamentary candidate, David Ellesmere. One school in Northumberland is holding classes in a converted bus.
Three of the Government’s new “free schools”have been ordered to close because of poor standards. The average cost of setting up each school was £6.6m.
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