On the 30th anniversary of Black History Month, ATL member Shakila Said shares her thoughts on the importance of teaching Black history.
Every child has the right to a brilliant science education. How can we overcome the challenges undermining the science curriculum?
Two recent reports have ended any hope the government had of pretending there is no recruitment crisis, argues Mary Bousted, joint general secretary of the National Education Union
The School Teachers’ Review Body’s latest report has at last been published. The report warns the government that action must be taken on teachers’ pay to help reverse the crisis in teacher recruitment and retention.
It is usually clear to staff in schools that there is a support need to address when a new pupil from overseas experiences a language barrier. This may be the child’s first experience of being in an English-speaking environment, and there is much to learn in terms of the new language.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales. Since then, legislation may have brought equality in law, but have societal attitudes towards LGBT+ people caught up?
Ahead of this Saturday's Pride events, ATL member Ian McClary, from Bryanston School, Dorset, shares his experiences as a gay, Christian teacher.
Generation snowflake is a myth. It is part of a long, and dishonourable tradition which blames the young for the sins of their elders, insists Mary Bousted, ATL's general secretary.
Anne Heavey explains why the new progress measures aren't fairer for children and don’t add up for schools.
Kirsty Williams, the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Education, marks a year in the post.