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Michael Gove's proposals for longer hours suffer a "huge blow"

Michael Gove's plans for longer school days rejected

Michael Gove's plans to cut school holidays and extend school days suffer a "huge blow" after a body appointed to assess the proposals rejects them.

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  • Assault on teachers' pay continues

    The 1% pay award continues four years of deep cuts to teachers’ pay.

  • Teachers gather for the largest UK teachers' union conference

    Teachers from across the UK will be gathering in Birmingham at the Annual Conference of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, over the Easter weekend to debate motions for which members from across the UK have voted.

  • NUT: Allow teachers to teach!

    A YouGov survey of 852 teachers commissioned by the NUT into the highs and lows they face in schools and classrooms shows low morale and frustration at the continual criticism and interference of Government as well as a general breadth of concern about many aspects of teaching.

  • Teachers set to inspect the inspectors

    NASUWT is launching an ‘Inspect the Inspectors’ online tool, which gives teachers and school leaders the opportunity to critique how inspection was carried out in their school.

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