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28 July 2021
UCU members in 15 colleges have voted for action over pay
9 June 2021
The Treasury refused to foot the bill that Kevan Collins deemed necessary
9 December 2020
Workers in further education in Wales have won a long overdue pay increase. This will mean we are not left behind by the pay rise that was announced for school teachers in the summer.
14 October 2020
A National Education Union (NEU) special conference of over 550 delegates, representing nearly half a million educators, took place on Zoom on 3 October.
2 September 2020
Schools and colleges have returned with bulging classrooms of over 30 and packed corridors of 100 students, just separated with yellow tape.
20 November 2019
National Education Union members will strike at over 30 sixth-form colleges on 20 November over pay and conditions
13 November 2019
11 September 2019
18 July 2019
The government has issued a consultation document on proposed changes to the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS)
3 July 2019
On 29 June, around 400 education workers, parents and supporters marched through Stourbridge to protest against the looming closure of the town's further education college.
19 June 2019
In recent months tens of thousands of students have walked out of schools
20 February 2019
On 15 February, tens of thousands of school and college students walked out of their lessons to join protests across the country to demand action over climate change and environmental destruction.
6 February 2019
Reports of college strikes around the country for better pay.
30 January 2019
The recent indicative ballot of 82,500 teachers in England in the National Education Union (NEU) saw an overwhelming 85% vote for strike action.
31 October 2018
June's University and College Union (UCU) congress was shut down when staff walked out in response to motions criticising the general secretary Sally Hunt. The annual democratic congress reconvened on 18 October.
31 October 2018
College lecturers in Wales have voted by an overwhelming majority to strike, busting the undemocratic Tory strike threshold.
24 October 2018
Over 1,000 teachers, lecturers and college students marched through central London on 17 October to demand the end to Tory cuts and austerity in education.
10 October 2018
29 August 2018
In the last five years alone, almost £1 billion was cut from youth services.
23 May 2018
In November 2016 workers at the Vine, a specialist education service, were transferred from Leeds City Council into Leeds City College.
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