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Education News

Angela Rayner: Full text of Labour Conference 2018 speech

Conference, we’re at our best when we work together. That is what we did when we stopped the Tories in their tracks last year. Just look at their manifesto. If you can find a library they haven’t closed, you’ll find it under ‘political fiction’. And if you read now what they claimed they’d do then,

Labour mulls creation of state-funded supply teacher agency

Labour will look into the feasibility of creating a state-funded supply teacher agency to compete with commercial providers and save schools £500 million a year, Angela Rayner has announced. The shadow education secretary told the Labour Party conference today that she has tasked Mike Kane, the shadow schools minister, with setting up a teacher supply

Labour Conference 2018: No closer to revealing FE policy in shadow secretary speech

Labour has done little to shine a light on the party’s plans for FE policy as the shadow education minister stopped short of going into any details on the subject during her speech at the party’s conference. The hotly awaited address from Angela Rayner did not include any new policy announcements about FE and skills,

EuroSkills 2018: Team UK arrive in Budapest

Team UK are “super excited” to have today landed in Hungary ahead EuroSkills 2018. The 22 competitors flew nearly 1,000 miles to Budapest from Luton airport at roughly 9am this morning and spent the rest of the day touring the city centre before heading to the capital’s stunning houses of parliament. FE Week caught up