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The Conservatives are avoiding addressing their own record on education

Responding to a Conservative education announcement, Angela Rayner, Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary, said

Labour will replace Ofsted with a system that empowers parents and teachers, while protecting pupils

The Conservatives have failed educators, parents and pupils Responding to a Conservative announcement on Ofsted, Angela Rayner, Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for Education, said:

The scrapping of the NHS bursary in 2016 meant students were faced with £9,000 a year in tuition fees

Labour analysis of HESA statistics shows that the first cohort of students who started their degrees in 2017 will graduate next year with £1 billion in tuition fee debt for a 3-year course.

The Labour Party's manifesto for 'real change' - Sector response

The Labour Party has published their general election manifesto ‘It’s time for real change’. 

Labour announces plans to “throw open the door” for adults to study and retrain throughout their lives

In a speech in Blackpool today (12 Nov), Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary, Angela Rayner will announce plans to ensure everyone has access to education and training throughout their life to end skills shortages and “allow our economy to rise to the opportunities of the future”.


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