National Union of Teachers


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National Union of Teachers (NUT)

the largest teaching TRADE UNION in the UK with members in both primary and secondary education. Currently it has over 300,000 members, and is the UK's seventh largest trade union.
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Kenya National Union of Teachers will protect its members from any interference in the management of schools.
Labour Cabinet Secretary Phyllis Kandie has directed 11 trade union officials, including Kenya National Union of Teachers Secretary-General William Sossion, who are now public officers to relinquish their positions.
It is made up of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) and the National Union of Teachers (NUT) and will campaign on issues such as workload, education funding and pay.
HUNDREDS of teachers are likely to strike in Kirklees next Tuesday, in a day of action called by the National Union of Teachers against Tory plans to force all schools to become academies.
Peter Middleman, from the National Union of Teachers, said: "This action is a gesture of last resort by a dedicated but over-worked team.
The National Union of Teachers said the Government risked "failing this generation of students".
At the National Union of Teachers (NUT) annual conference in Brighton, delegates overwhelmingly backed a priority motion which calls on the union to co-ordinate national strike action in the week beginning Monday, June 23, if "significant" progress is not made in resolving the long-running dispute.
Members of the National Union of Teachers in Wales and England will walk out on March 26 after accusing Education Secretary Michael Gove of "persistent refusals" to address their complaints.
Members of the NASUWT and the National Union of Teachers also confirmed they will hold other regional oneday strikes in the autumn.
The National Union of Teachers annual conference will hear claims sexism is being "rebranded" as something fashionable and mainstream.
National Union of Teachers deputy general secretary Kevin Courtney said: "This adds to the impression that Sir Michael Wilshaw wants to be at war with teachers.
A North East spokesman for the National Union of Teachers said: "Parents will see this as a cost-cutting measure that could damage children's education.

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