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Friday, 16 November 2018, with 0 comments
For the past year Emma Knights, NGA’s Chief Executive has been involved in an Ethical Leadership Commission, with a number of other commission members, including ASCL, NAHT and Committee for Standards in Public Life, amongst others. Whilst the commission itself is wrapping up, the on-going objectives of the commission is now pushing ahead.
Friday, 02 November 2018, with 0 comments
In this context, it’s easy to see why the manner of the Chancellor’s reference to “little extras” has gone down badly. Like many others, NGA was less than impressed with the attempt to dismiss the very real concerns of governors, trustees, parents, teachers and school leaders in this way. The cross-party Public Accounts Committee has described the announcement as an “insult to pupils and parents”, while the National Education Union said that it reveals “the depth of his ignorance on school funding” and the Association of School and College Leaders said that it demonstrates “a complete misunderstanding of the prevailing funding pressures”.