Exam courses cut due to funding squeeze

Head teachers say they are axing GCSE and A-level subjects, increasing class sizes and cutting support services as they struggle with school funding. The Association of School and College Leaders says England’s schools have had to make more than £1bn savings this year, rising to £3bn by 2020. The government says school funding is at a record £40bn, with rises ahead. I suppose this is due to inflation? Read More