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Queen's Speech 2017

By Jane Sowerby on

On 21 June, the delayed Queen’s speech gave us a detailed insight into the planned legislative programme for the next two years. Whilst we might have expected it would be dominated by Brexit, out of the 27 bills (eight of which are Brexit related), the government has not announced any legislation at all for education.

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Unions claim increase in pay

By Rachel Foster on

Three unions (Unison, Unite and GMB) representing over 1.6 million local government employees in schools and councils across England, Wales and Northern Ireland submitted a pay claim for 2018/19 to the Local Government Employers on 14 June.

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Optimising Autonomy Launch

By Jane Sowerby on

We are delighted to announce the launch of our latest sponsored research and evidence-informed theory of change, produced by the recently rebranded Centre for Education Economics (CfEE, formerly CMRE), to stimulate debate and begin to establish a clear evidence-based direction of travel.

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Hung Parliament

By Jane Sowerby on

Since the exit poll announced the likely outcome on Thursday night, we all spent the night and early hours Googling ‘hung parliament’ in readiness for our new reality when we woke up on Friday.

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Teachers’ Pay Victory

By Rachel Foster on

Teachers have won a ‘landmark victory’ after having too much pay deducted from their annual salaries as a result of taking industrial action. The Supreme Court's ruling this week vindicates NASUWT’s claim that a formula used to make the pay deductions for the strike action was wrong....

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No need for words

By Deirdre McConnell on

In Manchester people have been amazingly resourceful in their responses to the horrendous attack on Monday night. This week we have seen how people have rallied to support one another in all sorts of ways - helping each other in times of crisis is a natural response in how we deal with trauma. Moving real life stories abound.

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