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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:
Ministers have been accused of "hiding" the impact of Brexit on schools amid a bitter freedom of information battle with the Liberal Democrats.
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.
Priti Patel has been branded "completely out of touch" after she said the Government should not be blamed for rising poverty in parts of the UK.
The Liberal Democrats have pledged to extend free schools meals and bring in a freeze on rail fares in their election manifesto.
Schools will get a £10bn budget boost and 20,000 more teachers if the Liberal Democrats win the election, the party has promised.
Labour's election manifesto could contain a pledge to write off student debts John McDonnell has suggested.
60% of employers report recruitment of engineering and technical staff with the right skills is the biggest anticipated barrier to achieving businesses objectives over the next three years, according to the IET's skills report.
Labour has pledged to guarantee voters the right to study for up to six years free of charge as part of a wider boost to adult education.
Labour has promised to open a thousand new Sure Start children's centres in England.
The NASUWT fully supports the new charter from the Suzy Lamplugh Trust, especially as it complements the NASUWT’s campaign on verbal and physical abuse in the workplace.
With over 80% of dyslexic children leaving school without a diagnosis, more needs to be done to address the educational costs of dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties, writes Sharon Hodgson MP
Extra funding will fail to make a difference unless ministers correct the flaws in this dysfunctional system, writes Robert Halfon MP