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April 21, 2017  

Join the Tes team as we discuss the week’s biggest talking points in the world of education. We talk about what the general election could mean for education and we discuss the main concerns that emerged from the teacher union conferences over the Easter holidays. We explore the challenges that teachers could face if they seek popularity and we give a preview to our 20 year anniversary piece about Tony Blair's legacy for education in next week's magazine. Tune in and enjoy. 

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March 24, 2015  

With less than a year until the next general election, Sarah Simons spends a day in the House of Commons to learn about the great work that’s happening to encourage more young people to make a positive change in their own communities, and how this social action leads to engagement with the traditional political landscape.
Sarah discusses the power of the community with David Blunkett MP, looks at the promotion of politics in schools and colleges with Michael Sani of Bite the Ballot and learns about the National Citizen Service(NCS) from its CEO Michael Lynas, from Ralph Tonge, a local NCS group manager and from a graduate of the project Hannah Bradbury.

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