School children, including those from from Sussex, visited Parliament about how the lack of school funding has affected them.
Headteachers from across our region are taking part in a protest in London over school funding.
The headteacher of a primary school in Canterbury says it risks closing for several weeks unless boilers are replaced
The Prime Minister faced some tough questions on school funding last night as part of an election broadcast.
She was challenged over promises to spend an extra £4 billion on our schools and what that really means.
Primaries and secondaries in Wokingham receive some of the lowest levels of funding in the country and the whole issue of financing our schools has been a key issue across this election campaign.
We spoke to a 100 year old retired teacher who is helping protestors put pressure on politicians to get a good deal for schools.
As our Social Affairs Correspondent Christine Alsford reports.
Christine spoke to retired teacher Len Goldman, headteacher at Tanbridge House School Jules White and parents and campaigners Janine Dotchin and Annabel Yoxall.
The headteacher of a Berkshire secondary school has quit over funding cuts which she says means children will suffer.
The government has refused to give schools in West Sussex an emergency funding package.
Headteachers and local MPs met the schools' minister at Westminster today. They told him education in the county hasn't been funded fairly and they need an additional twenty million pounds.