School Spending in England: Trends Over Time and Future Outlook

Pupil Premium has not kept pace with inflation over the last seven years will also have disproportionately reduced real terms spending for more deprived schools. This overall pattern runs counter to the government’s stated ambitions to level up poorer parts of the country.

School spending will still be lower per pupil by 2023 than more than a decade ago under the last Labour government, according to this report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.

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