The ballot conducted by the National Union of Teachers for a joint campaign of industrial action with the other main teachers' union, NASUWT, has returned an 83% majority for strikes, and 93% for non-
Last Friday (24 August) a teacher from south east London, a member of Workers' Liberty, woke up feeling very miserable indeed. She’d been slaving her guts out over a year and a half to make sure that her English class achieved C grades in their GCSE.
Parking attendants employed by contractor NSL in Camden, London, will strike again on 9 and 10 August.
To Jenny Thatcher from the Postgraduate Workers’ Association spoke to Solidarity in a personal capacity about the campaign
Speaking after the 16 June unofficial meeting of teacher union branch delegates in Liverpool, National Union of Teachers (NUT) Exec member and Barnsley division secretary Roy Bowser said that the meeting “surpassed all my expectations".
An industrial bulletin by and for education workers in the London borough of Tower Hamlets.
Click here to download as pdf a briefing on the struggle to limit teachers' workload produced for the Local Associations conference in Liverpool on 16 June 2012.
On 8 June the Congress of the lecturers' union UCU passed a resolution which included the following call for a joint meeting of pension-dispute union executives.
More than one hundred delegates, representing over thirty National Union of Teachers associations met in Liverpool on 16 June.
A discussion paper for the 16 June rank and file school workers' conference in Liverpool.
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