James Whiting, the SEA ‘s General Secretary has welcomed Labour’s commitment to a National Excellence Programme outlined in Keir Starmer’s
The go-to education publication TES announced on Twitter last week that it will no longer cover further education from September.
The blog by the Fabian Education Policy Group, Put To The Test, fails these tests as to whether it has
We need to be clear that realistically no other progressive reforms can be achieved nationally without simultaneously reversing the structural changes made since the Education Act was passed in 1988, and a complete programme of nationalisation and democratisation is implemented in schools, colleges, universities, central service providers and local authorities. It will be a massive undertaking for an incoming Labour Government and in order to achieve it the Labour Party and all those who want to see a truly comprehensive national education system need to work to change the accepted narrative of the last 30 years.
The recent election results show that Labour needs to carve out a sharply focused alternative vision to the Tories so
The SEA presents Education Reimagined: Alternatives to the Knowledge Rich Curriculum
The SEA has set out its education policy ideas for a transformative Labour Education Manifesto.