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Regional Secretary Apr 18
Courtney: "The Government can keep repeating its lines about more funding than ever before – but what’s happening to class sizes will give the lie to that."
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Class Struggle Blog Apr 17
Ok conference. Time to pass motion 38 unamended. We need a union for everyone, that fights for everyone!
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NEU East Midlands Apr 18
Joint General Secretary tells that co-operation not competition improves schools and raises education standards.
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NEU East Midlands Apr 18
“School funding is an issue that will not go away. No politician can ignore the funding crisis and the thousands who changed their vote at the last election because of our union’s campaign” Joint General Secretary to
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John Smith Apr 17
Teaching unions will be glad to get rid of testing. Parents will have no idea how badly their children are being taught, until it is far too late.. fail another leftist race to the bottom, destroying equality of opportunity.
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Alex Hopkins Apr 15
At lays down the gauntlet to by pledging the Lib Dems would abolish OFTED, SATS and baseline testing. Can he top that in his speech tomorrow morning? C’mon Jez!
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DARLINGTONNEU Apr 15
Excited to be at the First conference 2019.
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Schools Mailing Apr 18
‘We know our shit': could strike if impose teaching - concerned about towards 'knowledge-rich', -led, whole-class teaching.
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Deborah Leigh Apr 17
Equality means .......
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Trish McLaughlin Apr 16
Watch - 's phenomenal speech to today, announcing will scrap testing for 7 and 11yr olds in primary schools enabling teachers to TEACH! And so much more - hence the standing ovations and almost continuous applause.
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NEU East Midlands Apr 17
East Midlands Officer of Year Camille London - Miyo. Congratulations and thanks for your work for the union! ⁦
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Phil Naylor Apr 18
Further evidence if needed , that contrary to what conference said this week ... “Teachers definitely do not (universally) know their sh*t”
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Morning Star 24h
Union leader calls on parents to mobilise against school funding cuts: National Education Union general secretary Kevin Courtney says the next election ‘will be fought on education’
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Hanse Bänger 23h
Tin Man Syndrome - No One Knows
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Malcolm Richards 2h
Wishing you well Michelle from Family inside the Family ting. ✌🏽✊🏽❤️
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Daniel Cosgrove Apr 11
I had a dream last night that I was having my appraisal with my old line manager who we lost due to a restructure . I woke up feeling really sad about it, 15 years managed by the same person he was amazing such s loss to our school
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San Smith 🕊 #GTTO Apr 16
Dr Mary Bousted, joint gen sec of : 'Corbyn gets it, he recognises damage that test-driven system is doing to children and schools; understands what needs to change; and sets out ideas for which will make sense to parents and teachers'
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NEU East Midlands Apr 18
Joint General Secretary tells the first joint conference of the union that our influence and standing has increased substantially and this is down to the work of our members
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Talk for Teaching Apr 15
I'd love to match the LibDems in abolishing Ofsted.
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Sutton NEU Apr 15
School funding is the first item up for debate. are affecting affecting teaching resources, class sizes, staffing levels, SEND provision and pay progression.
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