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New York’s public schools vastly outspend the nation

The courtroom war over New York’s school funding is far from over. Capping 13 years of litigation in the landmark Campaign for Fiscal Equity case, the state Court of Appeals ruled in November 2006 that Albany’s school aid to New York City was on a constitutionally acceptable track....
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Fresh fire safety checks on schools urged

Ministers are being asked to order urgent checks of fire safety measures in England’s schools. The National Union of Teachers, Fire Brigades Union and Association of Teachers and Lecturers are calling for cladding to be analysed urgently, in the wake of the Grenfell fire. The unions also asked...
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