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SEJ February 2011

Vol. 96, Issue No. 01

Cover story: Manifesto for Education
The Scottish elections in May will be vitally important for our education system. The EIS has launched its campaign to place education at the centre of political debate…



Who should run our schools? Call for a fresh look
As government looks at ways of delivering public services more economically, it is essential that they look at all the options…



Jobs for new teachers: Tackling teacher unemployment
The EIS submitted a petition to the Scottish Parliament, calling for a better deal for newly qualified & recently qualified teachers…



Nursery Education: A sector under threat
Quality nursery provision, led by qualified teachers, is vital to children’s early learning and central to the Curriculum for Excellence…



Global Campaign for Education (GCE)
The Send My Sister to School campaign, organised by the GCE has launched for 2011 to highlight the barriers to education for girls and women in the global south...




SEJ Feb 2011