Annal Nayyar reports Councils are being forced to borrow tens of millions of pounds and even open schools in former police stations in a bid to meet a shortfall in school places,

Councils are being forced to borrow tens of millions of pounds and even open schools in former police stations in a bid to meet a shortfall in school places, a report has shown. Figures also reveal that a third of councils will not have enough secondary school places to meet demand over the next five years. Research published by the Local Government Association (LGA) reveals that more than 80,000 secondary school places will be needed in the next five years

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