The Chancellor said that the Education Department’s overall budget will increase to £53 billion and that "schools spending will be protected in real terms".
He also announced an "unprecedented increase in the number of Free Schools" by providing funding for 180 new free schools in 2015/16.
Shadow financial secretary to the Treasury Chris Leslie writes for ITV News in response to the Chancellor's Spending Review.
While the Conservatives and Lib Dem strategies are clear enough, Labour's response to government cuts is not yet obvious.
By excluding pensions and the benefits associated with the economic cycle, Osborne has put an automatic cap on a narrow range of benefits.