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f40 The Campaign for Fairer Funding in Education

f40 represents a group of the lowest funded education authorities in England where government-set cash allocations for primary and secondary pupils are the lowest in the country.

As the gap between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’ remains and in some cases continues to widen, f40 is campaigning to change the way the government allocates funding to local authorities and schools.

The Group has the support of MPs, councillors, education directors, governors, head teachers, parents and teaching union representatives.

f40 currently has 36 member authorities representing 2,375,313 pupils (31% of the total in England) in 7,722 schools (35%).

Government fails the worst funded schools and pupils

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Current Activities   f40 Members
Current Activities   Members
Find out about f40's current activities, including current communications with Ministers, responses to consultations and more...   Find out about f40 member authorities by accessing their profiles and education pages
f40 Executive Committee   Campaign Resources
Executive Comittee   Resources
Read about discussions and decisions of f40's Executive Committee   Checkout f40 campaign resources for individual campaigns.
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f40 welcomes ASCL stance on fair funding for schools
Campaign group f40 today gave an enthusiastic welcome to the Association
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Flat cash school budgets make fair funding formula all the more vital, warns f40
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f40 presents proposals for a new school funding formula to DfE
At its December meeting, f40's Executive Committee approved the final
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