Welsh heads critical of funding

28th November 2003 at 00:00
Welsh headteachers are to criticise the current system of funding, saying that it leaves them worse off than their English counterparts. The Secondary Heads Association is holding a one-day conference in Newport today, to discuss disparities in the funding of schools in Wales.

David Reynolds, professor of education at Exeter University, will suggest that the Welsh system compares unfavourably with England.

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