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Cricketer Monty Panesar, sports presenter Chris Kamara and author Michael Rosen to help launch Show Racism the Red Card school competition

Big names from the worlds of sport and literature will gather in London on next Wednesday (22 January) to launch the annual Show Racism the Red Card School Competition – the country’s largest equalities-themed competition for young people.

NEU Super Saturdays head to Eastern and South East this weekend

Super Saturdays – Week 2

NEU poll shows majority of teachers worried that yet more children in their school will be hungry and cold this Christmas.

A snapshot poll of 549 National Education Union members conducted by Deltapoll paints a bleak picture of the Christmas many children and young people face this year.  

NEU research reveals staggering cost and failure rate of the free schools policy

NEU analysis of Government data shows that more than £300 million in one-off capital and revenue grants has been spent on failed free schools, University Technical Colleges (UTCs) and studio schools since 2010. The research also finds that one in eight schools which opened under the free school banner – a flagship Conservative policy - went on either to close completely or were transferred to another academy trust.

EPI on Education Manifestos

EPI on Education Manifestos

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.

Generation Homeless: Shelter report reveals 135,000 children without a home

Shelter report reveals 135,000 children without a home Commenting on the Shelter report Generation Homeless, Kevin Courtney, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, said:

New parent poll shows education rising to third biggest issue in General Election

Today the National Education Union publishes the results of a poll of parents of school-age children in England, conducted by Deltapoll, which shows:

National strategy to attract BME teachers

Labour’s Race and Faith Manifesto Commenting on the launch of Labour’s Race and Faith Manifesto, Dr Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, said:

No-notice inspections will not improve the quality of Ofsted inspections

Conservative Plans for Ofsted Commenting on Conservative pledges to extend the powers of Ofsted Dr Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, said:


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