Almost a third of the annual pound;4.5 billion spent on education in Wales does not go to frontline teaching, according to an independent review of spending by PricewaterhouseCoopers. It found that pound;1.4 billion goes on support services and administration. The report warns that the education sector will "struggle" to deal with the spending cuts that are set to hit Wales in 2011.
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