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8 February 2018

Teachers strike again as anti-academy pressure mounts

Teachers hit back at privatisation with another solid strike

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7 February 2018

GCSE grading game stresses out students - even more than before!

The government has implemented new GCSE rules and with them stress, and with them fear, and with them anxiety.

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7 February 2018

Striking back against academies in Newham

It's been months since teachers at Avenue Primary school in Newham, east London, uncovered plans for the school to become an academy.

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31 January 2018

Victory for school cleaners!

Unite members employed by OCS working in Hackney schools have won a fantastic victory

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31 January 2018

Capitalism v cricket

For a series that cricket fans look forward to for months, this year's Ashes was something of a disappointment - on the English side, at least. We lost 4-0, and were only saved from a 5-0 whitewash by a lifeless pitch ensuring a draw.

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31 January 2018

Failing academy chain strips school assets - end academisation!

In businesses when cuts are made, they sell off their facilities and equipment in the interest of maintaining profits. Now that's what's happening with our schools.

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17 January 2018

Hackney school cleaners strike

Unite the Union members working in six schools in Hackney will be striking to defend wages and year-round contracts

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10 January 2018

Sweden: School strike against deportations

Before the seasonal holidays began in Sweden, an historic strike against the deportation of refugees was organised. On 12 December, at 12noon, school students across the country - from Boden in the north to Ystad in the south - took part.

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10 January 2018

Teacher recruitment falls by a third - cut workload, not funding

Teachers throughout the country reacted with shock to the news that the number applying to train as teachers has dropped by 33%, according to Ucas figures. This is the fifth year the government has failed to meet its recruitment targets, and the largest drop for many years.

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8 November 2017

Opposition to new academy school being built on Leeds playing fields

Leeds council should not just accept the diktats of the Tory government

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1 November 2017

Teachers, students and parents demand an end to the schools funding crisis

Over 1,000 teachers, staff, parents and students put the question to MPs on 24 October: "What are you going to do to end the school funding crisis?"

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18 October 2017

Schools "can't go any further" - stop the cuts: set deficit budgets now

'Southampton Fair Funding for All Schools' brought teachers, students, TAs, heads and parents onto the streets on 14 October to protest against the growing crisis in Southampton schools. The action took place ahead of the national lobby of MPs at Westminster on 24 October, which the campaign has built for.

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11 October 2017

Nasty party imploding...drive out the Tories

The prime minister has gone from "strong and stable" to spluttering and stuttering in the space of a few short months.

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27 September 2017

One in four teenage girls depressed - crisis made worse by cuts

We are more familiar with depression than ever. What was considered uncommon 20 years ago is now increasingly prevalent, particularly among young people, with new studies indicating that one in four girls have depression by age 14

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6 September 2017

Schools and teaching: A perfect storm of cuts, underfunding, excessive workloads and low pay

Schools return this week for a new academic year with the usual mix of emotions but with the prospect of budget cuts lingering in the background

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30 August 2017

School spend is behind eastern Europe

UK education spending is behind many eastern European countries, according to EU figures

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23 August 2017

Glasgow jannies win famous victory against council cutters

Glasgow janitors, after an industrial action campaign lasting almost two years, have won an inspiring victory

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26 July 2017

Education cuts forced back

Campaigners at Stoke Newington school won a retreat

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26 July 2017

Plans to bring A-levels back to Knowsley abandoned

Education chiefs have abandoned plans to bring back A-level provision into the borough of Knowsley, Liverpool

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On the joint Junior doctors and teachers demonstration 26-4-16, photo by Paul Mattsson

19 July 2017

Education cuts: Tories buckling under public pressure

The pressure of the growing campaign against education cuts is starting to have an effect on the government

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