On Wednesday 13 March, NUT members marched to the Department for Education to tell Gove he’s “got to go”.
PCS branches are mobilising to defend workplace reps victimised for union activity.
The teachers' rank-and-file network LANAC held its second steering committee on 9 March in Coventry.
A packed extraordinary general meeting of over 90 University and College Union (UCU) members at Sheffield University voted on 28 February to fight management attempts to partially derecognise the union.
The National Union of Teachers (NUT) Executive met on 27 and 28 February to decide whether to strike this term against proposals from Michael Gove to abolish national pay bargaining for teachers.
The National Union of Teachers Executive meets on 28 February to consider the next steps in the campaign to defend national pay.
Teachers at Bishop Challoner school in East London are voting in an indicative ballot for strikes against the victimisation of a National Union of Teachers rep, and again what workers describe as an authoritarian and bullying management regime inside the school.
A Workers' Liberty industrial bulletin for education workers in Tower Hamlets, discussing the fight against victimisation of an NUT rep at Bishop Challoner school and attacks on teachers' pay.
Education Secretary Michael Gove is to scrap his proposals to replace some GCSE exams with a new English Baccalaureate Certificate (EBC).
Lecturers at Halesowen College will strike on Thursday 14 February to demand reinstatement for four colleagues sacked for trade union activity.