Budget boon

5th November 2010 at 00:00

Some of the most deprived secondary schools in England could see their budgets soar by up to pound;1 million, due to the pupil premium being introduced by the Westminster Government to combat educational disadvantage. Research by Education Data Surveys, a sister company of The TESS, shows that, by contrast, schools in rural areas with low numbers on free school meals could receive as little as pound;35,000 from the pound;2.5 billion programme.

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