Tell us about your run-down school buildings | Education
In a survey conducted by the National Education Union last month, 47% of members said the school or college buildings they worked in was not fit for purpose, with 22% reporting that the condition of the buildings was unsafe for pupils and staff.
With years of austerity putting school budgets under strain, 65% of members blamed funding cuts for the poor quality of British school buildings.
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