BERNARD REGAN tells us how the island nation puts the needs of its teachers first
Saturday 15th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
Teachers criticise the Tories’ latest education wheeze
Friday 14th Apr 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Teachers having to deal with depression and anxiety problems
posted by Morning Star in Britain
OVER 60 per cent of black teachers are considering leaving their schools, a new report reveals today.
A survey of over 1,000 black and minority ethnic (BME) teachers carried out by the National Union of Teachers and the Runnymede Trust suggests that schools are failing to support...
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Angelo Gavrielatos explains how the expansion of profit-making in education undermines the right of all students to free quality education and entrenches inequality
Increased pressure and long working hours in education are damaging to both teachers and pupils, says CHRIS KEATES
TEACHERS should be paid for time spent marking, conducting detentions and phoning parents, a teaching union said yesterday.
Amid warnings of an ongoing crisis in teacher workload, delegates at the Association of Teachers and Lecturers conference called for “directed time”...
Wednesday 12th Apr 2017
A THIRD of teachers worry about reporting female genital mutilation or faith-based child abuse because they lack confidence in their own judgement, a new survey revealed yesterday.
The study, conducted by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, also showed that 29 per cent think...
And some warn classroom racism, sexism and homophobia is on the rise
Tuesday 11th Apr 2017
MANY TEACHERS are choosing to do a four-day week in the classroom, with the pay cut it entails, so that they can keep up with their workload, a union leader has suggested.
Increasing numbers of qualified teachers are doing this to be able to get their planning and marking done and...
Tuesday 4th Apr 2017