s they were all working through the options available to them for the 2011/12 budget there were constant cries from around the room of how impossible it was to contemplate making cuts to such vital areas of spending, but how imperative it was to do so - it really did get them thinking!zp8497586rq
The government has set a frantic pace of reform in many areas of spending but perhaps no more so than education.
The Government has announced that as of January 2011 the Educational Maintenance Allowance (EMA) will be scrapped. Below are some helpful hints on how to engage your students in this current debate.
The CSR has outlined the Governments spending plans for the next four years. How will these plans effect your students?
Education Secretary, Michael Gove, has launched the new Government’s flagship education policy in an attempt to bring the ‘free schools’ model of building and running schools to the UK.