Keep costs down for kids, pleads coalition

10th September 2010 at 01:00

The End Child Poverty Network (ECPN) Cymru is calling on schools to keep education costs down. The charity coalition claims that school uniforms, trips and other curriculum expenses cause hardships for low-income families and stigmatise children. ECPN wants schools to keep down the cost of buying ingredients and materials for technology classes and not to expect school logos to be used on every piece of uniform.

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