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The NASUWT has led the teacher unions, and the Scottish teaching profession, in challenging the Scottish Government over teachers’ workload. Curriculum change and qualifications reform are two of the key drivers of unacceptable teacher workload.
You can now read all about what happened at the NASUWT’s recent consultation conferences.
A chance to take a study trip to visit the USA to explore the American education system is on offer to NASUWT members.
The NASUWT took a delegation of teachers to the 7th Education International World Congress in Ottawa, Canada between 21 and 26 July 2015.
The NASUWT has been concerned by reports that a production company has employed covert filming methods in a number of schools as part of the production of a documentary about bullying.
The NASUWT has always been clear that, out of all of the 2010-15 Government’s reforms to teachers’ pensions, teachers are concerned most about the increase in the retirement age.
Suite of letters sent by NASUWT to governors and members in relation to the STRB report.
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.
NASUWT has confirmed its preference for the proposals published by the Claim Your College Coalition.
A checklist for school staff on the use of mobile phones and social media.
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.
Gender equality remains a significant challenge for schools and colleges. The NASUWT is launching the Gender Equality Challenge on International Women's Day with partner organisations.
David Robertson, a 28 year old physics teacher from Lichfield, has been named the NASUWT Eamonn O’Kane Young Activist of the Year 2015.
The NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, has called for the unconditional release of a teachers’ trade union leader on the fourth anniversary of his imprisonment by the Bahraini authorities.
The latest national NASUWT supply teacher seminar was held on 7 March in Bromsgrove Worcestershire, with over 120 attendees.
This advice applies to NASUWT members where other trades unions are taking action.
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