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More than one in seven schools on Raac list were denied emergency funding

Exclusive: Twenty-two schools in England deemed to be in danger because of concrete unsuccessfully applied for ‘exceptional case’ rebuilding

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More than one in seven English schools affected by dilapidated concrete were previously denied government funding to be rebuilt despite being deemed in emergency need, Guardian analysis of official data has shown.

An executive at one academy chain that wanted to rebuild a secondary school that uses buildings up to 80 years old, said they were shocked at being denied funding – and now faced having to teach students remotely until at least Christmas.

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