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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The congress of the University and College Union (UCU, 8-10 June) voted to resume industrial action over pension cuts for workers in “pre-1992” institutions.
The 16 June Local Associations conference of school teachers will discuss a statement from its organising committee resolving to “build a network of local associations and school reps that will enable teacher trade unionists to exchange information, debate and discuss strategy... and organise solidarity”.
National Union of Teachers activists will meet in Liverpool on Saturday 16 June to found a new network based on local branches (divisions and associations) of the union.
A website with details of registration, agenda, draft statement, and so on is now up for the school workers' conference on 16 June in Liverpool.
Joint strikes of support staff and teachers, involving Unison and National Union of Teachers (NUT) members, at Central Foundation Girls School in East London, have forced school management to back down on plans for pay cuts and job losses, and have won victories on teachers’ workload, observations and sickness policy.
New head teachers in a school always want to stamp their authority by making a few changes. The new head at Central Foundation Girls School, in Bow, East London, went a few steps too far.
An industrial bulletin by and for education workers in the London borough of Tower Hamlets. This special issue celebrates the successful strike against cuts at Central Foundation Girls' School.