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Schools promised billions.

Schools promised billions.

Schools in England are being promised billions more in spending over the next three years, in an announcement from Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Next year schools will receive a £2.6bn uplift, rising to £4.8bn the following year - with schools spending £7.1bn more than at present by 2022-23.

It follows a campaign by school leaders warning of worsening budget shortages.

Head teachers' leader Geoff Barton said the extra cash was a recognition of the "severity of the funding crisis".

The prime minister said he wanted to "ensure all young people get the best possible start in life. That means the right funding".

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