The UK training and education system is characterized by enhanced state control coupled with external funding from private funds or from large companies offering their costs to run the school and university education. This is, with complications, disinterest and general constraints, increasingly marginal in the logic of capital circulation than the current one, in which the state has to replace private investment, crucially shaky and unreliable, to restore security in an already failed sector. Avoid et Strike school in the UK it is of fundamental importance to ensure for the future school year a pedagogical supply of the same quality level as the current one, and to try to avoid restrictions and training offers, as well as unsympathetic closure of laboratories, activities and real. Institutions in their complex due to lack of funds. The Anglo-Saxon newspaper The Guardian reports a general state of deterioration of buildings and of the associated pedagogical offer.
Risk School strike in the UK: Perplexity, responsibility and political accusation
Many school buildings in England are now in such a state that they de facto shut down “Life risk”according to internal government documents that demObserver. Emails sent by senior officials working for Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi in Downing Street show they have sounded the alarm twice in the past six weeks. Officials are calling on the Treasury to provide billions of extra pounds to increase the number of school reconstruction projects from 50 per year to more than 300. 10 of the Department of Education (DfE), senior official of the ministry cites the problem of the degradation of school buildings at the entrance “Next risks and opportunities”. They verbatim stated: “School buildings: the deterioration of the conditions of the school complex is still a risk, with unstable funding conditions for the school year 2022-2023 some school places pose a life risk, they are too expensive and inefficient of energy. View”. On May 14, Kevin Courtney, co-secretary general of the National Education Union, blamed continuous years of cuts in public spending on education, saying the security-related issues remained very serious.
Not just UK, cuts also (and above all) in our country. Protesters in sight
The big unions organized a general strike on 30 May next for the whole school sector (teachers and ATA staff) in order to reiterate their disappointment over the continuous cuts in education funding, in fact already miserable. The lack of investment and the definitive lack of political interest have led to an increasingly limited number and quantity of allocations for schools. It is projected that the percentage of expenditure on education relative to GDP according to the latest available data will decrease by half a percentage point, down to 3.5% by 2025. Still a “slap” in a drunken country of a restart and restart of activities only announced and difficult to achieve: some funds in school, families and businesses will be the recent spikes in the cost of raw materials. The increase in military spending for various purposes certainly does not allow important economic maneuvers for the school, as in any civilized country, to return to the center of the economy and development processes.