Call to scrap High Needs deficits and boost for mainstream inclusion is correct - but more fundamental changes in attitudes and approach are needed.
82.9% of NEU Cymru members surveyed are concerned about the change in the pattern of the school year.
Extra INSET days to support the new curriculum were hard fought for by the unions, to support the workforce to plan for their learners.
National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) report on teacher shortages in STEM subjects.
A sobering report that shows how unequal the life chances of different groups of young people remain.
NEU joint general secretaries write to Nadhim Zahawi as inflation hits 11.7%
The NEU believes that financially incentivising training providers and employers would go a long way to helping young people into employment and training.
Deep rooted problems with teacher recruitment and retention have not been solved.
This report is another indicator of the gulf between government policies and the needs of education.
The Government is once again ignoring advice from its own expert advisers in rejecting the call to make sure all families on Universal Credit are eligible for FSM.