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NASUWT comments on the outcome of the Scottish Referendum in the Northern Ireland context
NASUWT General Secretary Chris Keates comments on the Scottish Referendum result in the Welsh context.
General Secretary Chris Keates comments on the outcome of the Scottish Referendum.
The Coalition Government’s free schools programme, contrary to its stated aims to address educational disadvantage and attainment gaps, is failing to do so, concludes a report commissioned by the NASUWT.
The crisis in Iraq has paralysed the education system in the country, leaving thousands of children deprived of schooling.
Punitive and discriminatory anti-gay laws are fuelling rising homophobia around the world, the NASUWT told the TUC Congress in Liverpool.
Education policies have fostered an inequality where access to education is increasingly based on parents’ ability to pay, the NASUWT tells the TUC Congress.
The NASUWT took the opportunity presented by the address of the Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna to the TUC Congress in Liverpool to raise the exploitation of supply teachers by umbrella companies
In the health and safety debate at TUC Congress in Liverpool, the NASUWT highlighted the dangers of the Coalition Government’s deregulation agenda on children and young people and the school workforce.
The NASUWT has been taking part in the debate on low pay at the TUC Congress in Liverpool.
The NASUWT today won the support of TUC Congress in Liverpool for its campaign to reclaim the promise of our public education service, with its entitlements for all children and young people, and to maintain our world class schools.
School staff increasingly being expected to take on responsibilities more appropriate for border control officers.
Time to end umbrella companies making massive profits through exploitation of supply teachers
The NASUWT comments on a report by the Local Government Association warning of a £1bn shortfall in funding for new school places
“This year’s GCSE exam entrants have had to cope with a raft of rushed through and ill-conceived changes to the qualifications system and so today’s results are especially commendable. Congratulations must go to teachers and pupils for navigating through this difficult period of upheaval."
“Pupils and teachers are to be congratulated on their success which, as always, is the culmination of an immense amount of hard work and effort."
“Once again Northern Ireland schools have bucked the trend elsewhere in the UK. Performance across the board has risen and this is a testament to the high standards being achieved in our schools."
Results will be testament to the dedication and commitment of teachers and pupils coping with an unnecessary upheaval in the GCSE system
“The NASUWT is a member of the Working Group and has been arguing strongly for the urgent provision of high-quality resources and training for teachers as they contend with further implementation of qualifications reform.
“It is clear that standards have been maintained across the board and credit for that must go to teachers who have, yet again, pulled out all the stops to ensure that young people are supported to achieve their best."
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