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WOODHEAD SAYS SCHOOLS HAVE ENOUGH MONEY

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Chris Woodhead, chief inspector of schools, has undermined education secretary David Blunkett's attempts to get mor...
Chris Woodhead, chief inspector of schools, has undermined education secretary David Blunkett's attempts to get more money for education from the treasury, reports the Guardian (p1).

Mr Woodhead said there was 'no inspection evidence to suggest that schools as a whole are underfunded to do the job.'

He said that shortages of books and resources were the result of mismanagement and unfair distribution of resources.
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