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Monday, November 15, 2010
The Government wants to fund schools directly, rather than the current method of giving the money to Local Councils, who syphon some off to pay for Black History Month, trips to cities they are twinned with and their additional level of bureaucracy, before allocating what's left on a random basis.
The idea was roundly criticised by the teaching unions, which is further evidence that it's probably a good idea.