Articles tagged with NUT
Best frontline blogs this week
Here’s our list of the best frontline blogs we’ve particularly liked from the week of 18th November 2013 – from the G4S debacle and what it means for Open Public Services to education, welfare reform and the recent comments by William Shawcross on the definition of charity.
What next for the NUT and NASUWT?
“…it is becoming near impossible to view Gove’s recent actions as anything less than a vicious attack on education (including my own daughters’ education), trade unionism and, in fact, all the values that matter to me and that I hold dear.” Emma Ann Hardy looks at the recent teachers strike and asks what next for the NUT and NASUWT.
It’s because I agree with Gove about the curriculum that I disagree with him about pay and conditions
“A lot of the comments on why people are striking leave me cold. Too many people on too many hobby horses. Too many people complaining that Gove hates teachers or that opposing the education establishment is indefensible…” Andrew Old sets out his views on this week’s teachers’ strike.