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Teachers have faced a mounting assault on their pay and conditions and their professionalism. Secretary of State Michael Gove’s policies have provoked a crisis in the profession. Teachers have been engaged in continuous action since 2011.
Teachers have faced a significant pay cut and there are also serious issues around excessive workload and job security. Despite a sympathetic hearing from Cabinet Secretary, Mike Russell, to the concerns of teachers, the dispute is far from being resolved.
Teachers in Northern Ireland have been engaged action to secure changes to pay and conditions of service since 2009. The NASUWT has been engaged in talks with the Education Minister John O’Dowd and work continues to resolve the dispute.
Highly detrimental changes to teachers’ pay and pay progression will affect teachers in Wales. NASUWT has been engaged in talks with the Education Minister, Huw Lewis, and his predecessor but these matters have not been resolved.