SEXUAL bullying and stereotypes are crippling the ability of schoolgirls to achieve success, an education union leader warned yesterday.
Speaking before ATL’s annual conference in Liverpool next week, general secretary Dr Mary Bousted highlighted the issues surrounding sexist...
Thursday 31st Mar 2016
posted by Will Stone in Britain
When even business leaders are criticising government education policy, you know there is something seriously wrong, says MARY BOUSTED
Monday 14th Sep 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
TORY plans for Britain’s education system will waste taxpayers’ money and leave Britain’s schools even more fragmented, teaching unions warned yesterday as the government confirmed plans to open 500 more free schools.
PM David Cameron also promised to “crack...
Thursday 28th May 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Two-fifths of qualified staff leave within a year of teaching
Wednesday 1st Apr 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
MINISTERS should abandon plans to criminalise teachers who fail to notice abuse, the Association of Teachers and Lecturers conference is set to affirm today.
An emergency motion from the union’s executive committee, likely to be debated and voted on this afternoon, affirms the...
Monday 30th Mar 2015
Historic unity talks aimed at tackling Tory attacks on education
Monday 3rd Mar 2014
posted by Luke James in Britain
"National Education Union" overwhelmingly carried at special conferences and could be TUC's fourth largest affiliate
Thursday 1st Jan 1970