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Representatives at the Annual Conference of the NASUWT will today condemn the devastating impact that the Coalition Government’s austerity measures and education policies are having on young people.
The Coalition Government’s obsession with increased school autonomy and deregulation is leading to public money being abused and squandered, the Annual Conference of the NASUWT will hear today.
The Coalition Government’s attacks on health and safety provisions are jeopardising the quality of educational provision for children and young people, representatives at the Annual Conference of the NASUWT will assert today.
Teachers are being swamped with work-related emails on weekends, in holidays and even when they are on sick leave, adding to their already excessive workload and causing rising levels of stress, a survey by the NASUWT has found.
Teachers are being increasingly adversely affected by the abuse of social media, a survey by the NASUWT has found.
The majority of teachers cannot afford to pay more for their pension and believe the adverse changes to teachers’ pensions will deter new recruits from entering the profession, new figures from the NASUWT show.
The introduction of the new National Qualifications has the potential to significantly disadvantage thousands of pupils across Scotland, representatives at the Annual Conference of the NASUWT in Scotland, will warn today.
Recommendations in the Hill Report, which have been accepted by the Welsh Government, could lead to the privatisation of schools, teachers attending the Annual Conference of the NASUWT will warn today.
The NASUWT will today reaffirm its industrial action strategy to continue to defend the interest of teachers and the teaching profession in the run up to the General Election.
Supply teachers will now be able to rate and review supply agencies thanks to a new, independent website facility developed by the NASUWT.
CCTV cameras introduced in schools as a safety measure for staff and pupils are now being used to spy on teachers, a survey by the NASUWT has found
Punitive and bureaucratic assessment systems must be rejected by ministers in Northern Ireland, representatives at the Annual Conference of the NASUWT will argue today.
Young teachers are the future of the teaching profession and lifeblood of the trade union movement says General Secretary Chris Keates in announcing winner
The educational opportunities of children and young people are being blighted by the impact of the Coalition’s social and economic policies, teachers are reporting.
Unqualified staff are being used deliberately by schools as cheap alternatives to qualified teachers, according to a survey by the NASUWT.
The NASUWT has opened its Annual Conference in Birmingham by presenting its International Solidarity Award to Ahmed Jassam Salih, National President of the technical sector of the Iraqi Teachers’ Union (ITU).
Punitive inspection and accountability systems have led to an education system which ‘only values what we can measure’, the new President of the NASUWT has said.
The NASUWT secured compensation of £20,652,458 for members in 2013.
In response to the deep concerns of the teaching profession about current school inspection frameworks, the NASUWT is today launching an ‘Inspect the Inspectors’ online tool.
Teachers from across the UK will be gathering in Birmingham at the Annual Conference of the NASUWT over the Easter weekend to debate motions for which members from across the UK have voted.
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