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NEU Super Saturdays head to Eastern and South East this weekend

Super Saturdays – Week 2

The General Election is About More Than #Brexit - The future of schools and education is at stake

This General Election is About More Than Brexit This election has to be about more than Brexit. In the last twenty-four hours Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson have once again tried to make this an election purely about one issue, Brexit - but the future of schools and education is at stake on 12 December. 

‘League table’ of underfunding for schools

Constituencies League Table for School Funding in England Today the National Education Union publishes a ‘league table’ of underfunding for schools, showing what is at stake constituency-by-constituency in this General Election. It underscores the deep damage being done to England’s schools.

NEU Strikes in 25 Sixth Form Colleges on Tuesday 5 November

National Education Union members working in 25 Sixth Form Colleges will be taking their second day of strike action on Tuesday 5 November to defend their pay, working conditions and employment.

NEU comment on General Election: Value Education, Vote Education

Commenting on the General Election scheduled for 12 December, Dr Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, said:

Funding Should Be Equal but not at a Cost to Schools, says ATL

At the Association of Colleges (AoC) Conference in Birmingham today, the Secretary of State for Education, Ruth Kelly MP, announced that the Government are planning to cut into the 13% funding gap between FE colleges and school "“ based sixth forms.

Education and youth work services need to be flexible enough to respond to the individual needs of young people affected by criminal activity or social exclusion

Weapons in Schools Commenting on an FOI analysis by the Press Association showing the numbers of police seizures of weapons on school premises, Kevin Courtney, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, said:

Rally and march for sixth form sector on first day of NEU strike action

On 17 October there is a London rally and march to press for NEU member demands on pay and funding in the sixth form sector to the Secretary of State for Education.

School Cuts Update: More than 16,500 schools losing out under new cash allocations for April 2020

More than 16,500 schools losing out under new cash allocations for April 2020 Today (14 Oct), the School Cuts coalition launches a fully updated interactive map of England’s schools. It shows that 83% of schools will be worse off next year than they were in 2015.

Our schools and colleges cannot offer the world class education our children and young people deserve without proper levels of funding

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