by Felicity Collier
HIGH rates of teachers are leaving the profession altogether, with science, maths and language teachers most likely to quit, according to research published yesterday.
The study by the National Foundation for Educational Research, based on data from...
Wednesday 17th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
TEACHERS from around the world will protest today at a meeting in London of a transnational company that takes advantage of foreign aid funds to profit from fee-paying schools in Africa and Asia.
Teachers from Britain, the US, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Denmark and New Zealand will...
Friday 5th May 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
PERHAPS it is too much to hope that protesters outside Shell-Mex House on London’s Strand today will prick the consciences of shareholders attending the Pearson AGM.
Those who make their profits through the privatisation of education systems in the developing world are unlikely...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
World Bank urged to burn its Bridges
Saturday 22nd Apr 2017
posted by James Tweedie in World
Massive workloads ‘are pushing people out of the profession’
Tuesday 18th Apr 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Fragmentation in education since 2010 has put the question of political influence firmly on the union agenda, says KEVIN COURTNEY
posted by Morning Star in Features
Teachers could use existing mandate to strike in regions where school cuts have hit hardest
Saturday 15th Apr 2017
TEACHERS could strike if the school funding squeeze is not addressed in the autumn Budget, their largest union warned yesterday.
Ahead of a debate on the issue today, National Union of Teachers (NUT) leader Kevin Courtney said school staff “can’t be expected just to sit...
Trans people need to commit to working with other marginalised groups – because when those groups speak with a single voice, their concerns can no longer be dismissed as minority interests, writes DEBBIE HAYTON
Euphoria for our new union is fine, but we can’t rest on our laurels, argues HOWARD STEVENSON