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Schools ‘cut staff due to funding shortages’ | BBC News

Schools in England are cutting back on teachers and teaching assistants (TAs) because of financial constraints, a survey for the Sutton Trust suggests.

The poll found 49% of primary schools and 57% of secondaries have cut back on TAs, while 18% of primaries and 54% of secondaries have cut teaching staff.

Information technology (IT) equipment and trips and outings are also being scaled back, it suggested.

The government said school funding was at record levels.

Read the full story on the BBC website: Schools ‘cut staff due to funding shortages’ | BBC News

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