At the 2018 Labour Party Conference a major step forward was taken with the commitment to end the academies programme and establish an integrated and locally accountable school system.
The SEA AGM saw lively debate around two areas that have seen significant shifts in policy from Labour in recent months. Lyn Brown MP and Professor Selina Todd addressed issues around social justice and equality – and why social mobility is not enough. This echoed the recent announcements by Jeremy Corbyn. Our debate focussed around the implications of this change for education policy, especially around the issues of selection and private education.
This year’s SEA AGM and Annual Conference is on Saturday 22nd June. As last year, it will be at the
Read the full text of Jeremy Corbyn’s speech at the NEU Conference at https://socialisteducationalassociation.org/labour-party-documents/ In the speech, Jeremy committed Labour
SEA is holding a fringe meeting at the NEU Conference in Liverpool on Wednesday 17th April at 12.45. The theme
South Tyneside Labour Council is committed to giving every child the best start in life writes Iain Malcolm, Leader of
The 2018 Reclaiming Education Conference addressed the very basic question – “what are we doing to our children”.
The Public Accounts Committee has just published another report into the academy system – read it in full at https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201719/cmselect/cmpubacc/1597/159703.htm#_idTextAnchor000