Whoever forms the next government needs to fund education fully and fairly, reversing the £3bn of real terms cuts schools are facing
Without a government willing to fund education, standards will fall
Joint union statement on the apprenticeship levy
PAC report calls on the DfE to better understand the impact of real terms funding cuts
In a joint letter with NUT and ATL to the Prime Minister, we call on the government to reverse the real terms cuts schools are facing
New funding formula is essential but needs additional investment to succeed
The £600 million cut to the Education Services Grant will have a huge impact on schools
Schools are being pushed beyond breaking point. The Budget today does nothing to change that.
Millions of pounds have been found to pursue a policy on grammar schools that is proven to reduce opportunities for the most disadvantaged
Schools in Manchester will soon be seeing the impact of an estimated £3bn shortfall in the government's education budget by 2020.