Consultation and Negotiation

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Policy network groups - get involved

ATL has various network groups which are sent updates on current and emerging policy, and which offer an opportunity for members to give us your views.

ATL ballots members over forming a new union with NUT

Ballot papers have gone out this week to Association of Teachers and Lecturers’ (ATL) members around the country to vote on forming a new education union with the National Union of Teachers (NUT). Members of the two unions are being asked to cast their vote in separate ballots to decide whether they want to form the largest education union in the UK of more than 450,000 members.

Current surveys

We often run surveys to get a snapshot of member opinion and to help inform our policies and negotiations.
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EPR News - Autumn 2011

EPR News - Autumn 2011

Current specialist task groups

As a member-led organisation, ATL often asks for members' opinions on a whole range of topics to ensure that all our work represents your views. Our specialist task groups are an important part of this process.

How you can contribute?

Members' opinions on education are vital to the way ATL shapes its policies.

What are ATL task groups?

Members' opinions on education are vital to the way ATL shapes its policies.

Joint union open letter

ATL, along with other unions have written a letter calling on the new Conservative government to protect all areas of education funding. Read the letter below.

My time at Conference

Katie Gascoigne is an ATL Future member teaching in a secondary academy based in the North of England and last year’s Conference was her first introduction to getting more active with ATL.

Recent surveys

ATL uses surveys to gather members' opinions and to help inform ATL's policies and negotiations.