NAHT welcomes news that the government may listen to pay review bodies
New figures released today by UCAS show a worrying decline in both the number of people applying to become teachers and those accepted onto teacher training programmes
The Department for Education today (Friday) release a report revealing that teachers work a self-reported 54.4 average hours per week, compared to an international average of just 45.9 (TALIS, 2013)....
NAHT comment on the Education Select Committee report on recruitment and retention of teachers
Commenting on a report by the TUC into the real pay losses faced by public sector workers, Russell Hobby, general secretary of school leaders' union NAHT, said:
Russell Hobby, general secretary of school leaders' union NAHT, said: Whilst January may well be the most popular month for people to consider a career switch into teaching, the government is still...
The National Teaching Service will be scrapped
ITT statistics show a worrying drop in the total number of new entrants to teaching
NAHT's annual recruitment survey shows recruitment crisis not being addressed
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...