UK Education Newswire Archive
16-02-2004 16:25News from SchNEWS about the failed eviction attempt against the autonomous squatted school in Colliers Wood, south London.
12-02-2004 12:25Lowick Pioneers - "Shared reading is a firm favourite amongst the whole school, where the Infants chose a Junior to read with them."
11-02-2004 14:36Bam Earthquake Appeal: An event organised by the ICSD to raise funds.
Tickets: £5 available from Sheffield City Hall Box Office,
Tel: 01142 789789.
09-02-2004 20:30Eco education group resist property developers in South London.
09-02-2004 10:00Caring institutions must be explicit and intentional about the role of love as their guiding principle, without apology. There can be no greater justification for providing good care and education for our children than the value of love. The basis and ultimate justification for early childhood education must be, first and foremost, love - without apology.
06-02-2004 19:18Concerns about an increase in racist attacks taking place across the South West will be the main focus of a major regional conference on racism being held in Plymouth on Wednesday 11th February. “The Future of Race Relations in the South West” conference, which takes place at Plymouth Guildhall, has been organised by The Monitoring Group, to mark the 5th anniversary of the publication of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry Report.
05-02-2004 16:20The NUS is calling for a National Shutdown of Education on the Wednesday 25th February.
Below is an article copied from the Social Workers Student Society that informed me of how much money the Government has and how much it is willing to waste rather than privallege students.
Fellow Students I am calling for you to unite and walk out on the 25th February.
03-02-2004 15:01The Cambridge University Student Union continue their protests against tuition fees.
31-01-2004 07:19An Audience With Anna Scher And Friends
suspension, and finally threatened with being denied a degree,
I finally decided to pay up - in pound coins.
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30-01-2004 09:28Cambridge Evening news reports that Anne Campbell, the Cambridge MP, chose to abstain from voting on top-up fees. Apparently she was moved by two letters from students telling her that top-up fees are either good, or do not affect access! She did not mention all the students that oppose them :)
28-01-2004 16:29At any one time there are around 3000 people working for free in parliament, think tanks, ngos and the political media. These organisations are supposed to be the heartbeat of our democracy but to get a job, people are expected to work for extended periods for free. This creates a huge barrier for people from poorer backgrounds. The Interns Network wants to make internships more transparent, fair and fun. You can subscribe for weekly updates of jobs, events and news by emailing email@example.com. Visit www.internsnetwork.org.uk for more details.
27-01-2004 10:38Students in Germany are on strike against fees, budget cuts and the commodification of education. A solidarity for the Oxford occupiers...