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The NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union has written to the education ministers of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, calling on them to extend the Coronavirus guidance that has already been issued to schools to address racist incidents related to coronavirus.
More than four in ten teachers have personally experienced homophobia, biphobia or transphobia at work in the last year, the NASUWT - The Teachers’ Union - has found.
Mike Amesbury MP talks to Georgina Bailey about his PMB for affordable school uniforms
Labour will maintain its pledge to scrap tuition fees if Keir Starmer becomes leader.
Failure to give childcare providers the funding they need is a false economy. The Government must change course, or a generation of children will pay the price
Students deserve a better deal and universities need financial certainty to maintain our research excellence. We must get funding decisions right, says Daniel Zeichner MP
Systemic change is needed to broaden the pool of applicants so those from disadvantaged backgrounds can flourish in higher education, writes Lucy Powell MP
Changes to the system for supporting youngsters with special needs have been beset with problems. Improving this situation presents a significant challenge for Parliament, write Robert Long and Shadi Danechi
Government is investing up to £95 million through the T Level Capital Fund
The money announced by the Government last year isn’t enough to make the SEND funding crisis go away, we need to make government, schools, health and social services work more effectively, writes Munira Wilson MP.
To ensure that every child can fulfil their potential, we must now legislate to outlaw child marriage, write Labour's Sarah Champion and Conservative Pauline Latham
Teachers are in line for the biggest shake-up of their pay "in a generation", Gavin Williamson has declared, as he unveiled plans for starting salaries to rise to £30,000 by 2022.
Microinsults, microinvalidations and other forms of covert racism are increasing in schools, a BME teachers’ conference organised by the NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union, has heard
By extending the ladder of opportunity to those who currently lack it, and by nurturing our raw talents more generally, we can build the brightest of futures for us all, says Robert Halfon MP.
The NASUWT has always been clear that all schools should be subject to a common inspection system.
Commenting on the report published today by Ofsted on so-called ‘stuck’ schools, ‘Fight or Flight’, Ms Chris Keates, Acting General Secretary of NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union, said:
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) is leading the profession this week in celebrating the first 100 years of women being allowed onto the veterinary register.
Following the conclusion of the nomination process to identify the candidate for the election of the NASUWT General Secretary, the Union is very pleased to announce that Dr Patrick Roach was the successful candidate.
None of the major parties, including Labour and the Conservatives, are likely to deliver their “bold pledges” on education, claims the Education Policy Institute.
Labour has vowed to cap class sizes at 30 children as part of a drive to improve school standards across the country.
Supply teachers are continuing to face serious financial hardship as a result of stagnating, and in some cases deep cuts to rates of pay.
A Conservative government will hand more powers to the schools watchdog in an attempt to crack down on indiscipline and boost standards, Education Secrerary Gavin Williamson has announced.
Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT comments on the recruitment and retention crisis following the publication of the Initital Training Census 2019/20 by the Department for Education.