The NASUWT press office can be contacted on the details below.
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The NASUWT has commented on the latest report from the Women and Equalities Commission.
NASUWT comments on an outstanding set of GCSE results in Northern Ireland.
Congratulations to the young people and their teachers who have worked tirelessly to deliver yet another year of excellent results.
NASUWT congratulates pupils and teachers in Wales on today's GCSE and Welsh Baccalaureate results.
NASUWT issues a warning on exam reform ahead of the publication of this year's GCSE results.
The NASUWT has responded to the latest findings from the IFS on the gender pay gap.
NASUWT congratulates students and teachers in Wales on another outstanding set of exam results.
NASUWT congratulates students and teachers in Northern Ireland on another outstanding set of A-level results
Congratulations must go to young people and their teachers who have worked so hard to deliver yet another excellent set of results.
NASUWT comments ahead of the publication of the 2016 A-level results
NASUWT calls on the Education Minister to address the challenges and pressures facing the teaching workforce at the start of the new academic year in Scotland.
Labour’s promise to reinstate student grants and EMA support would be a positive step in reversing the lack of investment in young people which has been driven by current Government policy.
NASUWT comments on the announcement of refurbished and new school buildings in Scotland
The NASUWT is fighting a move which could result in all teachers in Scotland being placed at real risk of being moved to other schools without their consent or agreement.
The NASUWT has commented on the proposals outlined in the Early Years National Funding Formula consultation.
NASUWT General Secretary Chris Keates comments on the report by the Women and Equalities Committee looking at the employment inequalities faced by Muslims in the UK.
"The Scottish Government cannot rely on the goodwill and commitment of teachers to continue to achieve the success seen in today’s results.”
NASUWT comments on figures published by the Scottish Liberal Democrats showing that around 3,000 incidents of racism have occurred in primary and secondary schools since 2011.
The NASUWT has responded to the written statement on school funding made by Secretary of State for Education, Justine Greening MP.
NASUWT General Secretary Chris Keates has spoken at the Reclaim the Internet Conference in London.
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