Grammar schools 'may ask parents for hundreds of pounds a year'
Grammar schools in England may ask parents for hundreds of pounds a year to cope with funding cuts, their head teachers' association has warned.
A majority of grammars will be left worse off by proposed funding changes, according to analysis by the Grammar School Heads' Association.
A number of Conservative MPs are urging the government to change its plans.
But the Department for Education said it was ending a postcode lottery in school funding.