National Funding Formula for schools – Update July 2018

National Funding Formula for schools – Update July 2018

Consultant: Steve BarkerDate posted: August 2018

The Department for Education published updated information on the national funding formulae for schools and high needs, detailing the arrangements for 2019-20. The updated guidance also confirms that Local Authorities will continue to set their own local formulae for 2020-21 rather than cease in 2019-20 as was originally intended.

 

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