Pupils in some of the poorest regions of England are losing out because parents cannot afford to fill a funding shortfall with donations, BBC News has found.
In 2017-18, the average school in London raised £43,000 from donations. In Yorkshire, it was just £13,300.
The Fair Education Alliance said this gap “exacerbates unfairness between rich and poor”.
The main political parties have all pledged to improve school funding.
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