School governors unite in ‘deep concern’ over cuts and staffing

Leading English state schools having to axe ‘vital aspects of a rounded education’, letter says

Governors at some of England’s top-performing state schools have joined the call for more money for education, saying that a staffing crisis is threatening to undermine their capacity to deliver excellent state education.

In a letter to the Guardian, governors from five leading state secondary schools that are among the most sought-after in the country say they are struggling to fill posts, particularly in science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem), despite their popularity and academic success.

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