Monthly Archives: May 2018

Grammar Schools:

Government Announces Plans to Open More Grammar School Places On May 11, Education Secretary Damian Hinds unveiled plans for a £50m expansion fund to allow grammar schools to provide additional places and in some cases to build off-site annexes. This … Continue reading

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Britain Must Stop Its Criminal Intervention in Yemen

For An Anti-War Government! Recent events have again highlighted the government’s continual involvement in the genocidal war in Yemen, in which it is one of the main backers of the Saudi-led coalition of intervention forces. Earlier this month the Court … Continue reading

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“E-Learning”, An example of how the issue is playing out in Canada:

E-Learning, an Important Matter for Teachers, Staff and Students – Laura Chesnik – In speaking to teachers and education workers in this election, I am impressed by everything they are doing to find out what is taking place at their … Continue reading

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Teachers’ and Educators’ Struggles:

Lecturers demonstrate in support of Education for All outside the University of London on March 16, 2018 Teachers and educators desire first and foremost, through their labours, to contribute to the development of young human beings so that they can … Continue reading

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Agreement in principle for UCU to gain recognition in Coventry:

Victory for protesters in Coventry University ‘sham union’ dispute A mass meeting of Coventry University staff holding #covunishame banners. UCU Demo. 17.018.009.cov.jm3 THERE was victory for protesters as official recognition was granted to the universities union by Coventry University following … Continue reading

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Isle of Wight, ‘Keep Our Studio School’ campaign

Teachers’ union add their support to ‘Keep Our Studio School’ campaign On the deadline to object to the Department for Education about the planned closure of the Isle of Wight Studio School the teachers’ union, NEU, lend their support to … Continue reading

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70th Anniversary of Al Nakba:

“Great March of Return” Culminates in Defiance of Israeli Massacre On May 14, 1948, the Zionist state of Israel was established by unilateral declaration. It was established on the basis of massacres, the dispossession and mass expulsions of the Palestinian … Continue reading

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