Deputy Leader and Chair of the Labour Party and MP for Ashton-under-Lyne
Labour will create an education system that allows all to reach their potential, and plays a part in making sure our society succeeds for all its citizens, writes Angela Rayner
Since 2010, progress on social mobility has gone into reverse. The next Labour government will need to implement long-lasting reforms to turn this around, writes Angela Rayner
From adults in further education to children in their classrooms, government cuts to education are damaging people’s life chances, writes Angela Rayner
In light of the recent Alzheimer’s Society campaign exposing the lack of dementia specific training for homecare workers, the Shadow Education Secretary calls for this ‘unbearable’ situation to be addressed.