Currently 42.2% of A Level grades are less than predicted by teacher assessment. However, Wales had maintained a much firmer
By ignoring teachers and downgrading results, Ofqual has highlighted the deep inequalities between our schools
The SEA welcomes the UK Government’s belated decision to abandon its discredited attempt to manipulate examination grades. However welcome this
On the day before the publication of English A level results, it seems clear panic is setting in at the DfE. The desperate last minute and unworkable attempt to allow students to count mock results is evidence enough. The situation is probably one where there are no wholly good answers. But there are some important “if only’s” that must be remembered.
The SEA adopted the following policy statement about the Covid-19 crisis and a motion on supply teachers at an NEC meeting held on Saturday 16 May.
The Socialist Educational Association (SEA) is delighted to nominate Rebecca Long Bailey for Labour Leader and Richard Burgon for Deputy. We are an open and democratic organisation. Our 640 members decided on the nominations through a secure online balloting app with no prior recommendation from the association’s NEC.
We encourage all Labour CLPs and associated Labour Groups within Local Authority (LA) to support our model resolution not to opt for the academisation agenda.
Members of SEA Cymru, attended, by invitation, a meeting of the Socialist Health Association on October 17th. The Speaker was