The unlikely grammar school champion: 27-year-old from Bradford takes on teaching union

The unlikely grammar school champion: 27-year-old from Bradford takes on teaching union

Teachers threaten to boycott primary school tests

year-old information technology teacher has become the unlikely champion of grammar schools, after he launched an impassioned defence of selective education at the National Union of Teachers annual conference. Aleksandar Lukic, who said he 

The Tory government has been accused of wasting millions of pounds by opening free schools which have later closed. Analysis of Government data claims at least £138.5m has been swallowed by opening 62 free schools, university technical colleges (UTC)

Deprived primary school children are showing signs of malnutrition when they return to class after the holidays. More than half the 600 teachers polled said pupils at their school were affected by “holiday hunger”. Over a third (37%) said youngsters …

Teachers threaten to boycott primary school tests

Teacher backs grammar schools at union conference

Teacher backs grammar schools at union conference

The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has accused the British Government of wasting almost £140 million ($175.3m) of public money on free schools which either never opened or were forced to partially or completely close. The union said the data, which …

Teachers back moves towards primary Sats boycott

The UK's Largest Teachers Union Responds To Theresa May's Education Plan

The UK's Largest Teachers Union Responds To Theresa May's Education Plan

The NUT conference heard that pupils were being subjected to stress caused by the exams. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian. Sats. Sats boycott moves closer after NUT motion calls for ballots. Delegates hear accounts of harmful effects of

A teacher has defied the hard-left National Union of Teacher and come out in support for more grammar schools at the organisation's annual conference. NUT member Aleksander Lukic, who teaches at a grammar school in West Yorkshire, told the union. Tight budgets and funding concerns are highlighted at a conference where teachers voted to back a one-day strike in England. 17:53, UK, Saturday 15 April 2017. School. Image: School pupils. Pic: File. Pupils had to wear coats and hats during lessons in. The NUT teaching union has voted to call a one-day regional strike in the summer term, over school funding cuts. At the union's annual conference in Cardiff, delegates today voted to “identify regions” where “strike action could be called using the …

Ministers have been accused of wasting nearly £140m of taxpayers' money on schools that have been forced to close, partially close or failed to open at all. Research has shown that the Government spent £138m on 62 failed free schools, university … . The NUT's annual conference was told of one school in north London where pupils had to wear hats and coats in class this winter. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/. School funding. NUT backs strike action in English schools over funding crisis. . They claim schools are facing crisis after crisis, but militant teachers found time at their annual conference yesterday to attack the Government over its backing for the US bombing of Syria and Afghanistan. Taking a break from fulminating against … . North London school pupils were reportedly forced to wear coats and hats in lessons so their cash-strapped school could save money on heating bills. Children at the same school have also gone without textbooks and have been banned from using the

The government has been accused of wasting more than £138.5 million of taxpayers' money on new schools that have closed. Research by the NUT teachers' union found the government spent the money on 62 free schools, university technical colleges and

Strike action over funding cuts in England's schools has been backed by the National Union of Teachers. The union's annual conference voted to use an existing ballot over funding to stage a one-day school strike in their challenge over budget shortages.

Almost £140m has been "wasted" on free schools and other new types of school, which either closed early or failed to open at all, says a teachers' union. The National Union of Teachers said the money was spent on 62 free schools, university technical

'I'm an NUT member and I want a grammar school in every town'

Teachers have backed plans for a possible boycott of primary school tests in England next year. The National Union of Teachers says the tests for seven and 11-year-olds are damaging to children and education. One delegate likened Sats to the "monster. students in classroom Kevin Courtney, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, said that in the case of the closed UTCs, an average of £10 million was spent on one school. Matt Cardy / Getty. The Government has wasted £138.5 million of

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