Head teachers have been asked to "raise their game" as part of a £2.5bn funding deal proposed by the Liberal Democrats. Party leader Nick Clegg called on schools to reinvent the curriculum, raise results and close the attainment between rich and poor. He told the Association of School and College Leaders conference: "We will find you extra funding, even while elsewhere there are cuts."
In return, the "greatest expectations" will be placed upon them, he said.
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