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Nick Clegg has unveiled a new initiative to help educate ‘those from poorer families’, placing a direct correlation between educational standards and wealth / class. There may be issues that need addressing with some pupils, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that those pupils are on free school meals. Also I’m certain teachers have enough work to do without having to jump through hoops to gain additional funding.

Is this a underhand way of seeing what schools present and cutting their funding if underperforming?