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Scale of workload issues


The latest figures confirm that not enough has been done to tackle the problem of excessive working hoursamong teachers and school leaders.

Supply teachers exploitation


Supply teachersa re facing ongoing exploitation and poor treatment, the NASUWT's latest annual survey has found.

SEND system failing children


Two damnning reports have found that children with special education needs and disabilities (SEND) are being failed by the current SEND system.
Hike in starting salaries

Hike in starting salaries


The Government has announced plans to increase teachers' starting salaries to £30,000 by 2022-2023.
Teachers mental health and wellbeing

Teachers' mental health


NASUWT is leading the way on teachers' mental health and wellbeing, pressing the issue with governments and policymakers and supporting members with a range of strategies.
Teachers mental health and wellbeing

Future governments’ policies


Future governments must put the teaching workforce at the heart of their education policies, the NASUWT has told politicians.
Latest Ofsted guidance


Latest Ofsted guidance


The NASUWT published new giudance for members, explaining the changes and setting out what teachers' rights and responsibilities are under the new framework.
Discriminatory pension scheme

Discriminatory pension scheme


The NASUWT has lodged a pre-action letter with the Westminister Government over teachers' pension, following a lefal judgement that found that the main public sector pension schemes are discrimnatory on the grounds of age towards some of their members.
State pension ruling

State pension ruling


The NASUWT has lodged a pre-action letter with the Westminister Government over teachers' pension, following a lefal judgement that found that the main public sector pension schemes are discrimnatory on the grounds of age towards some of their members.
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