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NASUWT is encouraging members to vote to protect education in the 2015 General Election.
Advice and guidance for members in Scotland on Professional Update.
The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) and the Workers’ Group at the International Labour Organisation (ILO) have called for support for a Day of Action on 18 February to defend the right to strike. Education International (EI) is supporting this event and has called on education unions around the world to offer their support.
You can now read all about what happened at the NASUWT’s recent consultation conferences.
Frequently Asked Questions on Disqualification By Association.
The NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, is today marking Holocaust Memorial Day by reaffirming its commitment to building a more equal, cohesive and socially just society.
The Department of Education (DfE) has recently published supplementary guidance to its 'Keeping children safe in education' guidance.
Get the latest news, information and resources on the current NASUWT industrial action - action short of strike action - which is seeking to protect teachers' pay, job security, pensions and put downward pressure on workload.
Advice for NASUWT members on school closures as a result of snow and adverse weather
Information about VSO volunteering opportunities for NASUWT members
A free trade deal is currently being negotiated between the US and EU which could leave schools and other education services even more vulnerable to privatisation by private companies.
Education International (EI) has launched a petition for teachers to sign, standing up for school on the 25th Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Teachers across the globe are celebrating World Teachers' Day and calling on Governments to commit to and invest in high quality education.
The latest publications from the NASUWT examining the impact of the Coalition Government's policies on schools, teachers and families.
The Education Workforce Council (EWC) will replace the General Teaching Council for Wales (GTCW) from April 2015.
Frequently asked questions about the NASUWT's action.
Members have expressed concerns about the pressures and stresses experienced at work. To address these concerns, the NASUWT has created a Wellbeing at Work Survey. We intend the survey to help you identify the pressure points associated with your work.
The NASUWT is deeply concerned by the recent Ministerial announcement regarding teacher redundancies. We have been urgently seeking clarification on the issue, as the statements issued by the Minister and the Department have at best been confused. The NASUWT is making representations to the Minister expressing the unacceptability of the uncertai...
ERS report for the election of the NASUWT General Secretary.
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