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6 September 2017

Schools and teaching: A perfect storm of cuts, underfunding, excessive workloads and low pay

Schools return this week for a new academic year with the usual mix of emotions but with the prospect of budget cuts lingering in the background

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30 August 2017

School spend is behind eastern Europe

UK education spending is behind many eastern European countries, according to EU figures

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23 August 2017

Glasgow jannies win famous victory against council cutters

Glasgow janitors, after an industrial action campaign lasting almost two years, have won an inspiring victory

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26 July 2017

Education cuts forced back

Campaigners at Stoke Newington school won a retreat

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26 July 2017

Plans to bring A-levels back to Knowsley abandoned

Education chiefs have abandoned plans to bring back A-level provision into the borough of Knowsley, Liverpool

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On the joint Junior doctors and teachers demonstration 26-4-16, photo by Paul Mattsson

19 July 2017

Education cuts: Tories buckling under public pressure

The pressure of the growing campaign against education cuts is starting to have an effect on the government

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12 July 2017

Waltham Forest - fighting school cuts

A joint meeting of workplace union reps was held on 4 July to discuss a strategy to fight school cuts in Labour-run Waltham Forest, London

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28 June 2017

Students 'skirt' school uniform issue!

In Exeter, some male students protested their school's 'no shorts' policy by wearing skirts

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21 June 2017

Unions call for action after Grenfell

Trade unions representing housing workers, firefighters and teachers draw on their expertise to demand immediate action after Grenfell

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31 May 2017

Struggle can beat Tories' outlandish 7% cuts to schools

The Conservatives' manifesto pledges a slashing of school budgets unseen in generations

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31 May 2017

Fighting Tory cuts to the schools budget

Education workers, parents and students are uniting in protest

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24 May 2017

Theresa 'Lunch Snatcher' May vs Jeremy 'free meals' Corbyn

Under plans unveiled in the Tories' manifesto, free lunches for infant school students will be scrapped

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24 May 2017

5,000 march against plans to cut teachers

In Bristol, schools are due to lose more than 32 million, the equivalent of 1,000 teachers.

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17 May 2017

Tories out! Corbyn can win with socialist policies

Build a new workers' party. take the wealth off the 1%: An overview of Jeremy Corbyn's manifesto.

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10 May 2017

Corbyn pledges council powers to take over academies

May's grammar school inequality exposed: Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to give powers to councils to take over academies. This is a very good start, but he will also need to pledge full public ownership and mass investment in schools

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3 May 2017

Corbyn pledges end to uni fees and school cuts

As well as pledging free education, Corbyn has promised to reverse the 3 billion of school cuts that are in the pipeline

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19 April 2017

Mood for a fightback at education conferences

The main theme at the Easter conferences of the education unions NUT, ATL and NASUWT is one of a fightback taking place

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12 April 2017

School cuts can be beaten

Schools are under the greatest threat for more than a generation and an equally powerful response is needed. In the next couple of months, the scale of the cuts will be evident

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12 April 2017

Derby teaching assistants accept offer to end pay dispute

Following negotiations and a ballot of Unison members the Derby teaching assistants' dispute ended on 5 April. The members voted nine-to-one to accept the offer from Derby council.

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12 April 2017

Cuts leave schools unable to meet basic needs

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has proposed to fund free school meals for all primary school children by adding VAT tax on private education fees.

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