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Sharp rise in number of schools in England with collapse-risk concrete

Department for Education says number where reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete has been found has risen from 147 to 174

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Crumbling and potentially dangerous concrete has been found in 174 English schools, the Department for Education (DfE) has said, 27 more than the initial list, and still expected to be a some way below the final total.

In a revised list of schools affected by reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (Raac), the first official government update on the crisis in a fortnight, the DfE said 23 schools were having to use a mix of virtual and in-person learning, three more than before.

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