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Should we be building more state primary schools?
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|OneFootInTheGrave||Report||18 May 2013 11:17|
In an article in the Guardian it is reported that the number of state primary schools with more than 1,000 pupils has risen by 60% in the past three year, and one commentator suggests that we should be building more schools, not fitting more children on to already squeezed sites.