Slow progress on rebuilds project

22nd March 2013 at 00:00

The majority of the 261 schools due to be refurbished or rebuilt under the Priority School Building Programme in England are yet to be told when work will start, according to the Local Government Association. The building programme was launched after the Building Schools for the Future scheme was scrapped. UK education minister David Laws insisted that work on the highest-priority projects was "ahead of schedule".

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