The SEA is concerned that the Conservative Government are prioritising the economy over public health. Instead of planning for and implementing measures to limit the spread of the disease – such as closing schools, universities etc – as other countries have done, the Tories are choosing to put the economy before public safety.
The core aim of the Socialist Education Association (SEA) is to promote a comprehensive, non-selective education service, based on equality
The full version of the education section of the 2019 manifesto can be read at https://socedassoc.files.wordpress.com/2019/11/labour-manifesto-2019-real-change-national-education-service.pdf. It opens with the
With another General Election seemingly just round the corner, SEA has set out its ideas for a transformative education manifesto.
A bigger, braver and more rounded curriculum that is truly broad and balanced, is a longstanding aim of progressive educationalists.
September 19th in Manchester – a meeting to launch the Private School Policy Reform Group, an academic think tank dedicated
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 at the Wesley Hotel, Euston Street – just