Nearly two-thirds of school leaders (64%) in England are making significant cuts or dipping in to reserves to fill deficits, a head teachers’ union warns. The National Association of Head Teachers says increased employer costs for national insurance and teachers’ pensions will put schools under strain. The NAHT says heads are having to cut back on areas such as equipment, maintenance and teaching assistants.
The Department for Education said it was protecting the schools budget.
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