UK Education Newswire Archive
We're all taking a few days to rest and reorganise right now, so I'll quickly outline the events, what happened and where it's going from here.
22-04-2012 22:35What about the "bubble in education"?
UNISON Birmingham Branch, 19th Floor,
McLaren building, 48 Priory Queensway
18-04-2012 21:53The occupy camp outside Oxford Brookes Uni started up today amid crazy downpours.
05-04-2012 10:47We are looking for submissions from artists and organisations, with a particular focus on collaboration across art form, age and cultural backgrounds. The festival accepts submissions in three categories: films, visual arts and performance.
The deadline for submissions is Friday 29 June 2012.
Submissions are accepted on: www.gaywisefestival.org.uk
01-04-2012 20:01A collage of interviews with people about why they were supporting the teachers' strike during the march on Wednesday in central London. These struggles aren't taking place in isolation, but are part of an international movement against neoliberal austerity plans and the privatisation of education. For an overview of other actions currently taking place around the world, check out http://ism-global.net/ (International Student Movement).
Music by Beatraider.
The Real Transition Handbook offers an more realistic guide to coping with transition.
28-03-2012 16:10The French Jewish school where three children and a teacher were murdered this month has received a wave of anti-Semitic hate mail and calls, the local prosecutor said Wednesday.
27-03-2012 18:07Wednesday 28th March 18:30 until 21:30
Function Room, Ropewalk Pub, 15-20 St Paul's Square, Hockley
27-03-2012 18:01We are a newly created group seeking to build and participate in more democratic educational processes;
Our aim is to work together towards higher education experiences that are not consumerist, indebting, authoritarian or judging of individual worth;
26-03-2012 12:36Students demo in Santiago
London Action Resource Centre (LARC), 62 Fieldgate Street, Whitechapel, London, E1 1ES. 17:00 until 19:00
19-03-2012 04:23Primates, elephants, bears, dolphins, pigs, rhinos, dogs, cats, turtles are some of the many species abused in China
16-03-2012 01:36We are having a public meeting today -Friday 7pm- at the Miners Welfare Hall in Cinderford, Glos. Please come along and join in discussing the future of your centre, and how it relates to the future of environmental education, and the privatisation of Forestry land -by proxy- through-out the country.