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Two of the country's largest teaching unions will vote on whether or not to take strike action during the summer term over pay and conditions this weekend. The National Union of Teachers will vote on a motion to take industrial action in June if it is not satisfied with negotiations with the Department for Education. ...
NUT press release Commenting after the debate on Motion 15, Christine Blower, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers' union, sa...
Christine Blower said teachers wanted to spend time teaching not working out whether or not they qualify for performance-related pay. "The fact is it isn't entire...
NASUWT press release Pupils' educational opportunities blighted by the Coalition's social and economic policies The educational opportunities of children and y...
NUT, British Youth Council, Child Poverty Action Group and Kids Company press release This report reflects the views of 399 children and young people and is there...
Labour press release Tristram Hunt MP, Labour's Shadow Education Secretary, responding to the NASUWT survey on unqualified teachers, said: "Many parents will be...
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