Short video from the NASUWT documenting education secretary Michael Gove’s long struggle with reality.
While the prime minister visits India, new figures reveal that not a single UK child has studies Hindi for GCSE or A-Levels in the past year.
Michael Gove has done a U-turn over plans to scrap GCSEs.
Fiona Twycross AM makes the case for universal free school meals, and calls on Labour to adopt the policy.
The Welsh government has opted to retain the current exams model of GCSEs and A-Levels, putting Wales and England on course to see radically different systems.
Shadow education secretary Stephen Twigg MP responds to today’s school league tables.
Stephen Twigg today warns Michael Gove’s Ebacc plans risk “ushering in a decade of economic decline”, taking Britain back to a ’19th-century education system’.
Stephen Twigg MP, Shadow Education Secretary Labour has today called a debate in Parliament on the Government’s shambolic plan for changes to exams at 16. We do need to reform our education system so that it equips young people with the skills, knowledge and resilience that they need to play their part in the economy [...]
A glimpse into the everyday lives of teachers, looking at the attitudes of teachers towards action taken by the NUT that did not include strike action.
Michael Gove will do well to listen to those urging him to think again about his proposed reforms to secondary examinations, writes the NUT’s Christine Blower.