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Blog Entry UPDATED: EA's Response to Ofqual Consultation on Proposed Changes to the Assessment of GCSEs, AS and A levels in 2021.
The English Association’s Secondary Education Committee has submitted a response to the Ofqual consultation on proposed changes to the assessment of GCSEs, AS and A levels in 2021.
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Blog Entry Sneak peek: Summer 2020 Newsletter
Take a look at an article featured in the upcoming Summer Newsletter
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Blog Entry The EA and anti-racism
A statement in response to the media coverage of the murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and other Black and racialized minorities in the UK, US, and beyond.
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Blog Entry New Deal for Higher Education
The English Association along with 48 other professional associations have signed a letter written to education ministers in the UK calling for a 'new deal in higher education' highlighting probable consequences for drop in student numbers as a result of COVID-19 . Read press release as well as letter below.
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Blog Entry Shakespeare Teachers' Conversation (29 May 2020)
Enjoy this free recording of a recent Shakespeare Teachers' Conversation
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Blog Entry Response to the UKRI Open Access consultation
The English Association and University English response to the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Open Access consultation
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Blog Entry In Memoriam: Professor Vincent Newey, FEA (1943 - 2020)
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Blog Entry The English Association and COVID-19
Read more about what the EA is doing to support members during this challenging time
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Blog Entry Subject associations respond to surge in demand for home learning support : UK Council for Subject Associations launches directory to support educators
The English Association is pleased to be a member of the Council for Subject Associations (CfSA), which is launching its new directory today. Consisting of detailed descriptions of 25 subject associations and how they support teaching and learning in classrooms, this directory aims to help teachers, governors, and parents find the right subject association to support them. The CfSA is an umbrella organisation, independent of Government, which represents subject associations nationally and allows them to speak with a single voice on key issues and consultations. Subject associations are membership organisations whose members are subject experts. They are independent of Government, are often charities, and their mission is to further teaching and learning in a specific subject in schools, colleges, and universities.
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Blog Entry Response to draft Ofsted Initial Teacher Education Inspection Framework consultation
Ofsted invited responses to their proposals for changes to the Initial Teacher Education (ITE) framework. The framework will be published in summer 2020. The English Association’s Primary and Secondary Education Committees responded to the consultation as follows; thank you to Dr Penny Amott and Dr Joan Foley for their work on this response.
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