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
The Budget has sadly but predictably showed no commitment to meeting the needs of any part of the education service.
SEA members and supporters came away from the Labour Conference this week in a more optimistic mood than for many
Mike Newman (SEA Cymru) writes: Ann Mroz is the editor of the Times Educational Supplement. Amanda Spielman is the Ofsted
SEA members and supporters may be interested in another event designed to explore the issues around the idea of a
Over the last year the SEA together with our partners in the Reclaiming Education Alliance has been promoting seven key
Syriza seems to have hit the ground running with regard to education. The new Deputy Minister of Education Tasos Kourakis
The French teachers organisation Fédération syndicale unitaire (FSU) issued a statement today (7th January) on the Charlie Hebdo attack. ‘The