Four out of five headteachers have been forced to cut back on teaching assistants due to lack of funds, says union
Four out of five headteachers have been forced to cut back on teaching assistants due to a squeeze on funding, according to a school leaders' union. Schools are increasingly having to cut vital resources for pupils amid funding pressures, with almost half of headteachers saying they had to reduce non-education support to balance their budgets.
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