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Figures on Additional Education Funding for West Midlands

This is the extra funding the Liberal Democrats are committed to providing for schools in the West Midlands
Local Authority Per Pupil Spend Funding Formula Pupil Premium TOTAL ADDITIONAL FUNDING
Birmingham £29,113,122 £79,674,219 £16,159,684 £124,947,025
Coventry £27,331,190 £21,114,102 £3,219,599 £51,664,891
Dudley £25,385,634 £9,337,914 £2,633,430 £37,356,978
Herefordshire £25,170,047 £3,574,375 £966,476 £29,710,898
Sandwell £27,219,062 £13,127,431 £4,047,985 £44,394,478
Shropshire £25,184,601 £5,337,029 £1,524,652 £32,046,282
Solihull £24,102,161 £4,193,380 £1,756,436 £30,051,977
Staffordshire £24,186,742 £7,575,260 £5,025,346 £36,787,348
Stoke-on-Trent £26,259,264 £1,936,277 £2,884,302 £31,079,843
Telford and Wrekin £24,725,666 £679,395 £1,645,682 £27,050,744
Walsall £26,419,191 £9,881,430 £3,312,228 £39,612,850
Warwickshire £24,212,412 £10,289,067 £2,971,685 £37,473,164
Wolverhampton £26,978,408 £6,503,325 £3,016,175 £36,497,908
Worcestershire £24,356,161 £2,978,017 £3,303,744 £30,637,922
Total £360,643,662 £176,201,222 £52,467,425 £589,312,308

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