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28th March 2016 02:57pm

Teacher shortage 'should be priority'

A teachers' union says tackling staff shortages should be the priority rather than "politically motivated" projects such as academies.

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28th March 2016 11:45am

Supply teachers 'missing out on pay'

Supply teachers in England and Wales are being exploited in the workplace, the NASUWT teachers' union claims.

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28th March 2016 11:39am

Teachers reject anti-extremism strategy

The National Union of Teachers says the Prevent strategy is making teachers and students afraid to have open debates in school.

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27th March 2016 11:03pm

Anti-extremism 'stopping school debates'

The National Union of Teachers is warning that anti-extremism measures are making schools afraid to have open debates.

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27th March 2016 09:28pm

VIDEO: Teachers ballot for primary test boycott

Teachers have voted for a ballot to boycott primary tests, after claims that children in England are the "most tested in Europe".

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27th March 2016 01:08pm

Teachers ballot for primary test boycott

Teachers have voted for a ballot to boycott primary tests, after claims that children in England are the "most tested in Europe".

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27th March 2016 10:52am

Teachers ballot for primary test boycott

Teachers have voted for a ballot to boycott primary tests, after claims that children in England are the "most tested in Europe".

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27th March 2016 06:41am

VIDEO: Teachers consider early tests boycott

Teachers are to debate calls for a boycott of primary tests, with claims that children in England are the "most tested in Europe".

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27th March 2016 04:01am

VIDEO: Why is there a shortage of teachers?

Unions say they are concerned about a shortage of teachers, but why are there problems?

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27th March 2016 12:05am

Pupils 'come to school hungry'

Increasing numbers of pupils are coming to school hungry, anxious and unable to concentrate because of family financial pressures, the NASUWT teachers' union says.

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