September 19th in Manchester – a meeting to launch the Private School Policy Reform Group, an academic think tank dedicated
The Budget has sadly but predictably showed no commitment to meeting the needs of any part of the education service.
This year’s lecture was delivered by Professor Danny Dorling. His theme was “The Education Shuffle: What will the next two
On Tuesday SEA’s delegate, Sarah Williams, will move the resolution on selective schooling at the Labour Conference. The resolution, if
John Bolt, SEA Secretary, has called on SEA members and others attending Labour Party conference to support our motion on
Sadly, comprehensive schools of the 1950s and 1960s never reached South Lincolnshire. I went to a “red brick” secondary modern
A new book has been published which analyses the radical changes which been made to English education in particular during
A father and daughter have written this piece for us about their experience of life in a selective local authority.