Kids’ textbooks and art supplies now on the shopping list
Monday 10th Apr 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
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
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Members vote overwhelmingly for ‘historic’ teachers’ union merger
Thursday 23rd Mar 2017
NO CONSISTENT evidence suggests academisation raises schools’ exam results, a new report confirms today.
In a report giving a verdict of “must do better” on academy chains, the Commons education select committee said that evidence for the case for school privatisation...
Tuesday 28th Feb 2017
PERFORMANCE-RELATED pay is holding down teachers’ wages, research showed yesterday.
Almost a quarter of teachers were still waiting by December last year to hear whether they would be awarded a pay rise for the current school year, according to a joint survey by teaching unions...
Friday 10th Feb 2017
ENGLAND’S schools are being starved of cash, with the amount per pupil dropping between 2015 and 2020, teachers warned yesterday.
The National Union of Teachers (NUT) and Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) research found that 98 per cent of schools in England would...
Tuesday 3rd Jan 2017
TEACHING assistants in Durham are to stage their second wave of strike action against a 23 per cent pay cut.
Labour-controlled Durham County Council plans to impose “term-time only” pay on 2,700 teaching assistants, which will reduce wages by up to £6,000 a year.
Friday 18th Nov 2016
Teachers rally as government slashes budgets
Thursday 17th Nov 2016
NUT and ATL special conferences back amalgamation plan
Monday 7th Nov 2016
"National Education Union" overwhelmingly carried at special conferences and could be TUC's fourth largest affiliate
Saturday 5th Nov 2016