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Two-day strike at 49 prisons begins tomorrow by UCU members over Covid health and safety concerns

@ucu - Two-day strike at 49 prisons begins tomorrow  

Report paves way for fairer, student centred university admissions

A report published today (Thursday) by the University and College Union (@UCU) and National Education Opportunities Network (@NEONHE) says a move to post-qualifications applications (#PQA) is essential in creating a fairer, student centred university admissions system. It also shows how the move could lower excessive workloads for school, college and university staff.

UCU to hold public meeting on fighting Warwickshire College Group closures

The University and College Union (@UCU) will hold a public meeting next Tuesday (4 May) as part of its campaign to fight the closure of substantial parts of Evesham College and the shutting down and sale of the Malvern Hills campus by the Warwickshire College Group (WCG).  

Three days of strikes announced for prison education staff across England

Three days of strikes announced for prison education staff across England

UCU calls for reversal of adult education funding ‘stealth cuts’

The University and College Union (@UCU) has today (Thursday) written to @GillianKeegan to raise concerns about the Education and Skills Funding Agency’s (@ESFAgov) decision to set the threshold rate for adult education ‘under-delivery’ at 90%, which could see colleges lose tens of millions in funding, and to call on the government to reverse the decision.  

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