ATL president Hank Roberts introduces this issue of Report
General secretary Mary Bousted opened ATL's Annual Conference in Liverpool by taking education secretary Michael Gove to task, a theme that members continued throughout the three-day event.
In his keynote speech, ATL president Hank Roberts highlighted how wider economic problems were having a detrimental effect. School budgets for equipment had been slashed, he said, and the "lifeline" of the Building Schools for the Future programme lost.
Education minister David Laws and shadow education secretary Stephen Twigg spoke to delegates before tackling some tough questions
Report speaks to Sir Peter Lampl, chairman of the Sutton Trust and the Education Endowment Foundation, about his views of and vision for education. Words by Charlotte Tamvakis
Members passed a vote of no confidence in the Secretary of State for Education and Ofsted's chief inspector at Conference — and many of you have strong views on this issue
Schools are being encouraged to behave like football clubs, says Martin Freedman, head of ATL's pay, conditions and pensions department, as he appraises the government's performance on pay
Trainer, music animateur and educator Katherine Zeserson champions the benefits of singing in the classroom and reminds us why one of Britain's greatest cultural traditions should not be lost
Staff and pupils spend a large proportion of the day on school premises, so it is important to ensure school buildings and playing areas are safe to use and fit for purpose, as ATL solicitor Kehinde Adeogun explains