Money woes were the top story for England's schools in 2009

12/30/2009 | BBC

As 2009 draws to a close, a look back at the year in education in England shows money was tight for schools serving all ages, and teachers found themselves appealing to government officials to fund programmes. In Wales, educators launched the new "learning through play" curriculum, but officials say the programme is expensive and will be difficult to support in the long run.

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