Teachers at Bishop Challoner school in East London are balloting for strikes against management bullying.
The Department for Education has issued guidance to schools on how to implement the planned performance-related-pay regime from September 2013.
Journalists working for regional newspapers across the country are campaigning for better pay.
In 1870, when the Elementary Education Act paved the way for universal state education in Britain, the population was 27.5 million.
Since April 1, almost 70,000 Danish state school teachers have been locked-out by their employers.
On Monday 22 April, 80 local residents and trade unionists attended a Fire Brigades Union (FBU) meeting to protest against the closure of Downham fire station in Lewisham, south east London.
Bulletins produced by Workers' Liberty education workers for the National Union of Teachers conference 2013.
At this year’s National Union of Teachers conference (29 March – 2 April, Liverpool), delegates debated what strategy the NUT should adopt in response to Michael Gove’s attacks on teachers’ pay, due to come into effect in September 2012.
No matter what happens at the National Union of Teachers (NUT) conference (29 March-2 April), delegates will return home with the task of preparing members for strikes.
Cleaners at the Barbican in the City of London will strike on Thursday 21 March, the day the antiquated body which runs the City of London Corporation (which owns the Barbican) elects its “Court of Common Council”.