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It's time the shroud of secrecy surrounding heads' pay was lifted
Members of the NASUWT taking strike action at Bodnant Community School in Prestatyn.
Teachers in Wales will be deeply concerned and disappointed that the Minister appears to have disregarded his own government’s evidence to the Silk Commission on retaining a single pay structure
“These changes are being driven by political imperative, rather than the needs of young people. They are based on ideology rather than evidence."
The Coalition Government's policy in relation to early years is to seek to get this important provision on the cheap.
Members at Glossopdale Community College regrettably forced into strike action after attempts at resolution through negotiation fail to bring results
Ministers must honour their commitment to stamp out the racism which is a blight on our schools
“This is yet another ad-hoc announcement by the inspectorate, causing turbulence and destabilising schools and teachers when what is needed is a coherent approach to the reform of the accountability system."
Solutions proposed would create as many problems as they aim to solve.
The assessment of cross-curricular skills at the end of Key Stages 1, 2 and 3 represent an unacceptable increase in teachers’ already excessive workload and do nothing to support educational progress.
Teachers are being increasingly adversely affected by the abuse of social media and email, a survey by the NASUWT has found.
Public sector pay restraint has resulted in deep cuts to teachers’ pay in Northern Ireland, new figures released today by the NASUWT show.
NASUWT members in Northern Ireland have reaffirmed their total opposition to adverse changes to teachers’ pensions.
Increasing levels of workload and stress are severely affecting the work/life balance of teachers, NASUWT Northern Ireland President has said.
The situation facing teachers and their unions is extremely difficult following the brutal violence witnessed in the country in recent months, says Dr Roach
The NASUWT will hold its Annual Conference on Thursday 13 March and Friday 14 March in Derry.
"If this is to be a meaningful review which will make a contribution to enhancing education provision in Wales, at its heart must be genuine engagement with the teaching profession and recognition of the challenging context in which teachers and schools in Wales are operating."
The gender discrimination and inequality which prevents millions of women and girls worldwide from accessing education must be urgently addressed, the NASUWT has stated on International Women’s Day.
The NASUWT has joined forces with MP and race equality campaigner Diane Abbott to bring her annual London Schools and the Black Child (LSBC) Conference for the first time to Birmingham.
“The Welsh Government needs to stand firm on maintaining a pay and conditions framework for teachers across England and Wales.”
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