A report released today (Monday) by the Education Policy Institute reveals that teachers in England are working longer hours than in most other countries and yet receive a starting pay 16% lower than...
NAHT welcomes the STRB's recommendation that the teaching profession needs an increase in pay 'significantly higher' than 1% to address recruitment problems.
The quality as well as quantity of trainees is an issue for school leaders
The telephone number for Teachers' Pensions will change from 1 July 2015.
The School Teachers Review Body has recommended that the minima for teachers' pay should rise by 1% for all grades and that the maximum for the main pay scale should rise by 2%.
During the next few days, you or your colleagues may be invited to take part in a research study by the University of Nottingham called 'Why Teachers Leave and Return'.
Today the government publishes its response to the Workload Challenge survey. Russell Hobby, NAHT general secretary said: "It is hard to respond positively to the government's proposals on workload...
NAHT and the National Association of School Business Management (NASBM) have launched a joint membership scheme to give you access to both organisations at a special rate.
Today, the Deputy Prime Minister will announce new plans aimed at helping teachers spend less time on paperwork and more time in the classroom.
School leaders' union NAHT welcomes the government's review of Initial Teacher Training and has submitted detailed evidence including the results of a survey of over one thousand NAHT members.