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Equality must begin in the classroom, General Secretary argues08/07/2015 11:03

The NASUWT's General Secretary called on employers and the Scottish Government to do more to improve employment practices to ensure equality is promoted in every school at the Union's recent inaugural Scotland Equalities Conference.

Disability employment 'penalty' highlighted in new report02/06/2015 12:01

Disabled people consistently fare worse in finding and maintaining employment than those without a disability, according to a new report from the TUC.

Help shape new cyberbullying guidance19/05/2015 10:10

Schools are being encouraged to share their responses to and strategies to tackle and prevent cyberbullying among students to help inform new national guidance for schools.

NASUWT Consultation Conference Round-Up09/03/2015 13:20

You can now read all about what happened at the NASUWT’s recent consultation conferences.

Equal access to education for women and girls must be tackled, says NASUWT08/03/2014 0:03

The gender discrimination and inequality which prevents millions of women and girls worldwide from accessing education must be urgently addressed, the NASUWT has stated on International Women’s Day.

London pupil wins Arts and Minds competition09/10/2013 12:20

A London school pupil is celebrating after her artwork was crowned overall winner of the 2013 Arts & Minds competition.

Women bearing the brunt of austerity warns NASUWT on International Women's Day08/03/2013 9:56

Progress made to tackle gender inequality is in danger of being reversed, the NASUWT has warned on International Women's Day.

 

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