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Transcript of Education
Social Action Campaigns
In the News....
Voices on Education
Increased spending on
hours to 15 hours a week for three- and four-year-olds.
Provide extra Maths and English tuition for all
7 to 11 year olds
who fall behind
sex and relationship
education for secondary school pupils
a place in education or training for all 16 and 17 year olds
Expand apprenticeships by up to
Allow charities, parent and teacher groups, and co-operatives to establish
- schools which are state funded but independent of local authority control
, giving more money to schools that teach the poorest children
Keep Key Stage 2 tests but make them more
Make it easier for teachers to use "
to deal with violence
Give head teachers power to
pay "good" teachers more
extra university places in 2010 and
work pairing, apprenticeship,college and training
places over two years
Replace Academies with
"Sponsor Managed Schools",
to be run by educational charities and private providers.
Provide £2.5bn for a
for schools teaching the
made up of GCSEs, A-Levels and vocational qualifications
Key Stage 2
tests at age 11
Increase apprenticeship numbers
, and places on university and vocational higher education courses
Scrap university tuition
fees over six years
Special Educational Needs
assessments for all 5-year-olds.
Here is what the main parties had to say about Education in their 2010 Manifestos...
University students will be repaying loans into their 50s, say researchers
Thousands of schools shut by NUT strike
Unpaid internships: work for pay, never pay for work
What lies ahead for apprenticeships?
Should teachers be allowed to strike? - ITV This Morning
45,000 to resit GCSEs after marking scandal
New GCSE curriculum to be more demanding, says Gove
Thousands of students protest in London over University tuition fees - Newsnight 21-11-2012)
Academies told they can hire unqualified teachers
Education: This is what Labour would do differently
What impact has scrapping EMA had?
Girl Shot in Head by Taliban, Speaks at UN: Malala Yousafzai United Nations Speech 2013
Katharine Birbalsingh, Teacher,
Steve Jobs, Harvard Commencement Speech 2005
Dear Mr Gove, By Jess Green
RSA Animate - Changing Education Paradigms
Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity?
Some views on Education...
We will not let exam results decide our fate
End the marking Boycott
End the Education Emergency
Why I hate school and love education
We need to talk about...
What people have done