Why City University London? Current students tell you why they think you should choose to study at City University London.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)'s transport expert Chris Richards discusses the controversial HS2 project .
Christine Blower from the National Union of Teachers (NUT) discusses phonics testing in this exclusive video interview.
"There is considerable risk that the poorest end up paying for the ECO policy through their energy bills but will fail to benefit. We will work hard to ensure these central recommendations are heeded by Government through their evaluation strategy and steering groups" - Peter Smith, External Affairs Manager
"We are deeply concerned to see the number of state-funded religious schools in England continue to rise. These schools are allowed to select all their teachers and up to half their pupils in the basis of their faith." - BHA Faith Schools Campaigner Richy Thompson
Dear Mr David Laws. We are writing to you to raise a number of urgent concerns that surround the recent investigation into the asbestos contamination of Cwmcarn High School. On the 17th of April Caerphilly Council took the decision to spend £1million on the removal of asbestos materials and contamination from Cwmcarn High School to make it safe for reoccupation. The school was closed in October 2012 following a report that identified... Read more.
Having been a cauldron of controversy regarding care levels, rumoured budget cuts and waiting periods over the past few years, the NHS has hit the headlines again recently with its landmark reforms coming into effect. But what challenges do these pose for our health service - and what effect will they have on patients?
The idea of the EU referendum has sparked controversy all over the shop, whether you work in a government role like the civil service or you're a member of the public. While Cameron, Clegg and everyone else in between are arguing the merits of the proposal, the rest of us are wondering one thing - how will it impact our holidays?
Open letter to Michael Gove from Chris Blower at the NUT.
As a resident of the UK, there are certain things that it's inevitable you'll complain about - no matter who you are or what you do. The weather's always either too hot, too cold or too wet, for example, and the national rail system is The Enemy. In fact, the latter is a perpetual political ticking time bomb - and the government is oh-so-adept at lighting the fuse.
Commenting on the figures published today for Pupil Absence in Schools in England during autumn term 2012, Christine Blower, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers’ union, said:
Commenting on the announcement of 102 new free school applications approved for 2014 onwards by the Department for Education, Christine Blower, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers’ union, said:
Commenting on the report Talent Matters – Why England Needs a New Approach to Skills, Christine Blower, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers’ union, said:
Commenting on the report commissioned by the Department for Education and undertaken by the National Foundation for Educational Research, Christine Blower, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers’ union, said:
Parents, teachers, head teachers, governors and other members of the public will this Saturday 18 May be taking part in the third of a series of Rallies for Education across England and Wales as part of a campaign to defend the education of children and young people.
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