Fri 27 July 2012, The Independent

'Pupil premiums' spent filling gaps

By Richard Garner
Secondary schools are using money earmarked for the poorest pupils to paper over the cracks caused by Government spending cuts, according to a major report out today. Related Stories University fees rise again next year Primary schools exclude 89 pupils a day over violence University tuition fees hit an £8,500...
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