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Pupil Premium Boost
7:34am 13th December 2011
Poorer pupils in Cornwall are getting extra cash from the government.
The Duchy's pupil premium is being raised to £9 million.
More kids will get the cash too.
It is because rules that meant it only went to children who qualified for free school meals are being changed.
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