• Union accused of breaking rules over ‘political’ election ad

    The country’s largest education union has been accused of flouting rules over a “political” Facebook advert critical of Conservative party policy that it paid for in the run-up to last year’s general election. Figures published by the Electoral Commission earlier this month showed the National Education Union spent £505,000 campaigning in the 2019 election. It

    11.00 Nov. 20th, 2020 | News

  • Odds-on: Will education MPs be heading back to parliament?

    As the general election enters its final week – we take a look at the odds of education MPs returning to parliament. Schools Week used YouGov’s Multi-level Regression and Post-stratification model for our seat predictions in this guide, which was based on interviews with approximately 100,000 people about their voting intentions at the end of

    12.34 Dec. 9th, 2019 | News

  • Election night 2017: The constituencies to watch if you work in education

    It’s been one of the most eventful and uncertain election campaigns in recent history, and now it’s almost over. The polls will close at 10pm tonight, and this will be closely followed by exit polls before constituency results start to trickle in from around 11.30pm. In case you were worried we hadn’t done something really nerdy

    15.39 Jun. 8th, 2017 | News