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Read an exclusive interview with Fred van Leeuwen, General Secretary of Education International.
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.
Ministers must honour their commitment to stamp out the racism which is a blight on our schools
This advice applies to NASUWT members where other trades unions are taking action.
The situation facing teachers and their unions is extremely difficult following the brutal violence witnessed in the country in recent months, says Dr Roach
You can now read all about what happened at the NASUWT’s recent consultation conferences.
Advice and guidance for members in Scotland on Professional Update.
The NASUWT recognises the difficulties being faced by teachers who are directly affected by the extreme weather conditions, both in their workplaces and at home.
If there was ONE thing (not an individual) that would make a positive difference to your work as a teacher if you could what would it be?
NASUWT and NUT members at four National Autistic Society schools are engaged in ongoing industrial action, including strike action.
Holocaust Memorial Day is marked internationally on 27th January, the anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi concentration and extermination camp in Auschwitz-Birkenau.
A ‘Scheme Reform Pensions Calculator’ has been added to the Teachers’ Pension website to provide teachers with an estimate of the effects of the Coalition Government’s final reform of the Teachers Pension Scheme (TPS) due to take effect from April 2015.
Get the latest news and information on NASUWT's teachers' pensions strategy.
The NASUWT believes that the UNCRC sets out a clear and universal framework of rights and entitlements for all of the world’s 2.2 billion children and young people.
NASUWT member Arabella Yandle has moved to Mexico on a fixed-term contract to experience teaching life abroad. In her regularly updated column she shares her impressions of the school system.
The DfE is currently consulting on changes to the Teachers' Pension Scheme Regulations and, in its consultation, has reported how it intends to incorporate the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013 into the Regulations.
The NASUWT has raised concerns about suggestions that the Department for Education (DfE) is planning to establish a ‘Champions’ League’ of school leaders willing to be relocated into schools in challenging circumstances.
Advice for NASUWT members on school closures as a result of snow and adverse weather
A report examining the Coalition Government's reforms to teacher education, in particular the introduction of School Direct.
NQT members have attended a hugely successful seminar in the West Midlands.
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