Children's Minister Sarah Teather has announced changes to provision for children with special needs. Despite her claim that this will create 'a more integrated and less bureaucratic system', the plans amount to a significant attack on support for the most needy kids, perhaps a new low even for this government's austerity drive.
An accumulation of small cuts means that the number of teachers in England's state schools - which had been rising for a decade - fell by 10,000 in the year to November 2011.
Nottingham teachers struck for a second day on 17 March in their campaign of industrial action against the Local Authority.
This week owners and administrators of private capital will assemble in London to share ideas about how state education can be further opened up to their insurgency.
AWL teachers bulletin for NUT conference 2012, discussing the pensions battle, campaigns on workload and pay, and more.
Last year Education Minister Michael Gove rushed through legislation which allows him to force schools to become academies against their wishes.
In School Wars Melissa Benn lays out in details the increasing privatisation of Britain’s schools, the scale of an impending disaster.
A proposed free school in Oldham has become the latest of Gove’s flagship school model to hit the headlines, and this one raises serious concerns over what our society thinks education is for.
Parents and students occupied a school in Chicago which had been slated for “turnaround” by the Public School administrators.
Feminist Fightback is conducting research about Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) and the effects of changing political structures on women’s reproductive services and SRE resources.