Early day motion 963

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SCHOOL FUNDING IN THE NORTH EAST

That this House regrets that local authorities across the North East of England are set to lose more than an estimated £119 million in school funding in real terms by 2020, equivalent to the loss of 3,203 teachers; notes that this reduction is due to a failure to increase funding per pupil in line with school costs; further notes that the National Audit Office estimates that schools across the country will face a £3 billion funding gap due to reductions in real terms spending and increases in cost pressures by 2020; notes that 72 per cent of school leaders state that their budgets will be unsustainable by 2019 under current projections; and calls on the Government to ensure that schools across the region and across the country are given sufficient funding to provide high-quality education for all pupils.

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Name Party Constituency Date Signed
Blackman-Woods, Roberta Labour Party City of Durham 22.02.2017
Blenkinsop, Tom Labour Party Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland 22.02.2017
Cunningham, Alex Labour Party Stockton North 22.02.2017
Cunningham, Jim Labour Party Coventry South 23.02.2017
Glass, Pat Labour Party North West Durham 22.02.2017
Hodgson, Sharon Labour Party Washington and Sunderland West 08.03.2017
Jones, Kevan Labour Party North Durham 22.02.2017
Lewell-Buck, Emma Labour Party South Shields 22.02.2017
McDonald, Andy Labour Party Middlesbrough 15.03.2017
McKinnell, Catherine Labour Party Newcastle upon Tyne North 22.02.2017
Shannon, Jim Democratic Unionist Party Strangford 22.02.2017
Turley, Anna Labour Party Redcar 22.02.2017
Wilson, Phil Labour Party Sedgefield 22.02.2017
Wright, Iain Labour Party Hartlepool 22.02.2017