A 14-YEAR-OLD boy was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder yesterday after a teacher was stabbed in front of his class at a school in Bradford.
He allegedly attacked a 50-year-old male teacher, understood to be Vincent Uzomah, at Dixons Kings Academy with a smuggled knife.
Friday 12th Jun 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
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
Parents and teachers from US and Britain take on teaching firm Pearson’s failures at its 2015 AGM
Saturday 25th Apr 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Website Teacher Solidarity talks to David Wilson about the day of action at Pearson’s AGM
posted by Morning Star in Features
TEACHERS must resist the dangerous EU-US trade deal TTIP or see the profit agenda imposed upon education for good, NUT conference heard yesterday.
The NUT followed fellow teaching union ATL in condemnation of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), which will allow...
Wednesday 8th Apr 2015
Tuesday 7th Apr 2015
Cash crisis and redundancies prompt call for strikes
Saturday 4th Apr 2015
TEACHERS refused yesterday to endorse a shake-up of science exams, despite being told by colleagues that pupils are being constrained by “Mickey Mouse” practicals.A motion before the ATL teaching union conference slammed current reforms to A-levels as “poorly...
Thursday 2nd Apr 2015
CHARGING to re-mark exams denies poorer children “access to fair rewards,” teaching union ATL leader Mary Bousted said yesterday.Some schools pass on the full cost — as much as £48.60 per paper — to parents.A motion passed unanimously by...
Two-fifths of qualified staff leave within a year of teaching
Wednesday 1st Apr 2015