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A Labour government would scrap and replace the schools inspection watchdog, Ofsted, Angela Rayner has said.
Commenting on the announcement by Angela Rayner, Shadow Education Secretary, on the Labour Party’s plans for the future of inspection, Ms Chris Keates, General Secretary (Acting) of NASUWT-The Teachers’ Union, said:
Labour will put creativity back at the heart of our curriculum and our classrooms, writes Tom Watson MP
As automation transforms the world of work, a Labour government must invest in adult education, bring back Night Schools and open up opportunity for all who want to develop and grow, writes David Lammy MP
Ministers must investigate how to reverse a rise in the number of students leaving school without basic qualifications, England’s Children’s Commissioner has said.
A massive hike in school funding announced by the Government is not enough to turn around more than a decade of cuts, experts have warned.
Dods Monitoring's Aaron Revel examines the Level 3 Review and the Future of Further Education in England.
The Disabled Students’ Allowance should cover the full cost of technologies to help close the outcomes gap between disabled and non-disabled students, writes Seema Malhotra
International students will be able to stay in the UK for two years after graduating to look for a job, ministers have announced, in a reversal of changes put in place by Theresa May.
Boris Johnson has announced plans to create thousands of new school places in a bid to "drive up education standards".
The NASUWT-The Teachers’ Union has deplored the impact of reforms which have led to a narrowing of the education curriculum and the loss of teacher and support staff jobs at TUC Congress in Brighton.
Serious violence is having a devastating impact on children and young people’s safety, wellbeing and future life chances, the NASUWT-The Teachers’ Union has told TUC Congress.
A no deal Brexit threatens to exacerbate the exploitation of and poor employment conditions experienced by many supply teachers, the NASUWT-The Teachers’ Union, has warned.
Starting salaries for teachers could rise to £30,000 in the next four years under new plans unveiled by the Government.
Boris Johnson has pledged to spend an extra £14bn on primary and secondary schools over the next three years.
NASUWT have responded to the announcement by Government of a three year funding package for schools.
Ministers have been urged to tackle the “scandal” of falling happiness among children by making schools measure pupils’ well-being every year.
Commenting on the GCSE results, Ms Chris Keates, General Secretary (Acting) of the NASUWT-The Teachers’ Union, said:
Children’s interest in Science is down with time pressures to teach full curriculum a crucial factor, according to new research from IET.
A recent survey commissioned by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) shows that 3 in 4 parents think qualifications that combine work experience and study are the best way to prepare young people for the workplace.
73% of engineering and technology employers have difficulty with job candidates who have academic knowledge but lack workplace skills.
Labour has announced plans to overhaul university admissions so that school students apply for courses after they have received their A-Level results.
Labour has condemned “eye-watering” levels of student loan debt as analysis found that the total interest chalked up by graduates will almost double in five years.
Writing on International Youth Day, Cat Smith MP writes that we have a generation that wants a fairer society, but instead of being supported and valued, young people have be have been disproportionately hit by austerity and had their voices ignored by this government.