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NASUWT comments on the speech by Nicky Morgan to the Conservative Party Conference
Local, democratically accountable school commissioners should be introduced to help support schools to continue to raise standards, a new report published today by the IPPR think-tank recommends.
NASUWT members are holding six days of strike action at Benjamin Britten High School in Lowestoft.
Members of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, will hold the first of six days of strike action starting tomorrow (1 October) at Nugent House School in Billinge and St Catherine’s Secure Centre in St Helens.
The States of Jersey and the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in Jersey, have today agreed a framework for a ground-breaking social partnership.
Rising child poverty and inequality is hampering the educational progress of children and young people and preventing them making the most of their potential, a fringe meeting organised by the NASUWT at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham has heard.
NASUWT General Secretary Chris Keates was joined by Nicky Morgan, Secretary of State for Education, at Beyond 2015: Reclaiming the Classroom, a fringe meeting held at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham.
The NASUWT has launched an advertising campaign aimed at parents and the public, highlighting the Conservative-driven Government education policy on children and young people.
"Teachers are working hard to maintain high standards of behaviour, but in too many cases are not being supported appropriately."
NASUWT responds to the announcement of a new National School Categorisation System by the Welsh Government
Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt addressed delegates at an NASUWT fringe during the Labour Party Conference
Teachers are being left to pick up the pieces of the Coalition Government’s failed education, social and economic policies, a fringe organised by the NASUWT has heard.
Delegates at the Labour Party Conference in Manchester have been invited to consider how the provision of well-funded, high-quality education can help secure inclusive prosperity for all.
NASUWT comments on the speech made by the Shadow Secretary of State for Education at the Labour Party Conference
More effective regulation of academies and free schools and better local coordination of education must be at the heart of political parties’ manifesto commitments ahead of the General Election, a fringe meeting organised by the NASUWT heard.
The NASUWT is calling for an end to the exploitation of supply teachers who, a new survey undertaken by the Union has found, are routinely being denied the pay, training and support to which they entitled.
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.
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