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More maintained secondary schools go into the red

Posted by Oliver Kean on 22nd March 2018

The number of local authority maintained secondary schools in deficit has risen to 26.1%, up from 8.8% three years ago.

Schools in the south west were most affected, where 34.9% of schools were in deficit last academic year. The east of England had the lowest proportion of secondaries in deficit, with 17.5% going into the red.

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More maintained secondary schools go into the red

The number of local authority maintained secondary schools in deficit has risen to 26.1%, up from 8.8% three years ago. Schools in the south west were most affected, where 34.9%…

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