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Members in Jersey have voted in favour of strike action following a a wholly inadequate pay offer.
The NASUWT welcomes decision to end requirement for computer-based assessments.
The crude attempt to draw a correlation between funding and attainment is methodoligically flawed.
Parents, teachers and the public take part in a rally in Cardiff to defend education.
NASUWT's priority is to secure the future employment of the school workforce.
“It would be understandable if the conclusion was drawn that Ofsted is now being used by the Secretary of State to settle political scores against those who have had the temerity to challenge or criticise his policies."
Rallies continue to campaign for the defence of public education.
Teachers achieving a masters qualification must be appropriately rewarded and remunerated, NASUWT demands.
The NASUWT in Scotland is calling for the introduction of a standardised method of assessing pupils as part of the Curriculum for Excellence.
Workload is spiralling and stress levels rising, survey finds
Representatives gather for the NASUWT Scotland's Annual Conference in Edinburgh.
The NASUWT has commented on plans for a Mesothelioma Bill.
NASUWT comments on DfE data showing that teachers in academy schools are on average paid less than those in the maintained sector.
Parents, teachers, headteachers, governors and other members of the public will tomorrow be taking part in the first of a series of Rallies for Education across England and Wales as part of a campaign to defend the education of children and young people.
"There is a need for more advice, guidance and support to be made available to schools on their responsibilities"
It is clear from this report that the academies programme has expanded too far and too fast.
Wide-ranging report could change the educational landscape of Northern Ireland, says NASUWT.
“The real intention of the changes to teachers’ pay is nothing to do with rewarding ‘good teachers’ as the Secretary of State has claimed, but is instead about extending pay depression to all teachers."
NASUWT meets with Foreign Office officials to discuss situation in Bahrain.
The cuts to public services, attacks on employment rights and the demolition of equality laws are all disproportionately hitting women.
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