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GOVERNMENT'S CHIEF INSPECTOR SAYS FUNDING UNFAIR TO PRIMARIES

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The chief inspector of schools has admitted that secondary schools get an unfairly large share of funding compared ...
The chief inspector of schools has admitted that secondary schools get an unfairly large share of funding compared to primary schools, The Times Educational Supplement reports (p11).

Chris Woodhead told the Association for Science Education Conference:

'Secondary schools get an unfair slice of the cake ... There are all sorts of very tricky issues about education al funding. We are looking into this an no doubt I will get into even more hot water.'
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