Archive: Teacher Strike

Performance related pay: Does it improve grades?

NUT strike: Why performance-related pay for teachers doesn't work

Teachers are right to strike over performance related pay: studies show it simply doesn't work.

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  • NUT & NASUWT announce joint strike over "dangerously low" teacher morale

    The two biggest teachers' unions in England and Wales are today announcing the first stage of their jointly co-ordinated industrial action in furtherance of their national trade disputes with the Secretary of State for Education over pay, pensions, workload and conditions of service and job loss.

  • NUT comment on UCAC strike

    Commenting on today’s strike by UCAC’s members, NUT Wales Secretary David Evans said:

  • NUT: UCAC to strike over pensions

    Commenting on the Welsh teaching union’s decision to strike on October 5 over pension changes, Christine Blower, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers’ union, said this:

  • NUT ballot for strike action and action short of strike action

    The NUT is to ballot members for strike action and action short of strike action to protect pay and working conditions. The ballot will commence today, Thursday 21 June and will close at midday on Thursday 6 September. The NUT will keep its existing pensions ballot.

  • Teachers' pensions look like prompting strike action

    Talks unlikely to shift teachers

    Teaching union leaders have hit back after Michael Gove suggested the planned walkout over their pensions would hit their international reputation.

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