Schools face axe in spending cuts
Schools face axe in spending cuts.
It carries on to say that it will 'anger' parents who have been promised new or refurbished schools. In the town where I work, this is not necessarily so - many parents are considering trying to to send their primary school children to the local catholic secondary which is immune to BSF; simply so their child's education isn't disrupted half-way through their school life. A major concern is because we are 4th top in the county for results, whereas our planned merger is with a school that is, well... 'not' 4th in the county.
FLAGSHIP plans to rebuild every secondary school in the region may be ripped up in a savage spending squeeze triggered by the recession, The Northern Echo can reveal.
Ageing schools in Darlington, North Yorkshire and parts of County Durham are in danger of falling victim to the cull, as could those in York and parts of Sunderland.
The revelation – unearthed in the small print of Monday’s emergency Budget – is the starkest evidence yet of how spending will be cut after the next election.