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As the education system faces its greatest challenges it's vital we strengthen our voice.

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Together, we will work to have a stronger voice for education

At a special conference on the 5 November this year, ATL delegates voted to ballot ATL members in the new year, about the creation of a new union, the National Education Union (NEU). NUT delegates made the same decision, on the same day.
Money

Is your school ready for the apprenticeship levy?

This blogpost marks the first in a series examining the impact of the government’s apprenticeship reforms on the education sector, and discussing ways in which schools and colleges can respond.
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Teacher apprenticeships – a solution or threat?

As anyone currently struggling to hold school or household budgets together knows, money talks; key to whether bills can be paid, resources invested in, demands met.

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NEW ELM: DELUGED BY DATA

New advice and resources

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Teachers’ Pay 2017 (England and Wales)

The government have issued the School Teachers’ Review Body (STRB) with their latest remit for teachers’ pay.
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FAQs on teachers' pay in England and Wales

There are two main issues currently affecting teachers' pay in England and Wales; the annual cost of living increase and the changes to the national pay structure. These FAQs give the position as we understand it at the moment and will be updated as more clarification is given by the government.
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Managing Teacher Workload

It is acknowledged that the quality of teaching is the critical factor in raising standards of learning. And yet teachers' workload has rocketed in recent years, leaving morale for many at rock-bottom.

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#Make1Change

We're asking you to share brilliant ideas about ways to cut unnecessary bureaucracy, help deal stress and conquer the workload mountain. 

We want you to think about the one change that you've made, or that could be made in your workplace, to help tackle the issues.