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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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  • 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.

  • NASUWT comment on teachers' pay advice

    NASUWT general secretary Chris Keates said of the latest teachers' pay advice that this reckless pursuit of changes to the national pay framework which will heap further misery onto teachers.

  • NUT announcement on teachers’ pay campaign

    Following a meeting of the NUT National Executive in which the next steps for the pay campaign was discussed, Christine Blower, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers’ union, said:

  • Teachers will fear new bullies’ manual

    Voice: the union for education professionals – which represents teachers, head teachers and support staff – has criticised the new arrangements for teacher appraisal and capability.

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