Archive: Class

"The election of Thatcher in 1979 did not, as might have been expected, trigger any large-scale increase in female representation"

Race, class, gender: New figures reveal reality of parliament

Things may have improved but it still helps to be white, male and privately educated

Opinion Former Articles

  • NUT on Michael Gove and social mobility

    Commenting on today’s speech at Brighton College by the Secretary of State for Education, Christine Blower, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers’ union, said:

  • Maintaining world class schools

    The NASUWT won the support of TUC Congress in Liverpool for its campaign to reclaim the promise of our public education service, with its entitlements for all children and young people, and to maintain our world class schools.

  • Call for class size limits

    Teachers believe that increasing class sizes are undermining pupils’ educational progress and adding to teachers’ already excessive workload.

  • Pheasant a class act for 60,000 pupils

    60,000 pupils will be taught how to cook pheasant by 2020

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