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John
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Angleterre et Pays-de-Galles : grève des enseignants le 26 mars 2014.

par John le Mar 11 Fév 2014 - 15:27
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Let's stand up for education!

The NUT has announced a national strike across England and Wales on Wednesday 26 March in pursuit of the disputes that Michael Gove has caused with the profession around pay, pensions and conditions. In the run up to the strike we will engage in all talks and encourage our members to leaflet parents and engage with politicians.

More Union correspondence with Michael Gove

The latest in a long line of letters to Michael Gove, explaining why we have had to declare strike action can be found here.

We're asking all members to:

   join a leafleting campaign aimed at parents and the public in every town and city
   take part in influencing Parliamentary candidates in every marginal constituency and beyond
   prepare for strike action in state schools, academies and sixth form colleges across England and Wales on March 26th

We have produced a leaflet for parents that can be downloaded here in colour and here in black and white. This information is relevant to parents in England. Information for parents in Wales will follow soon.

Our press release can be found here.



The NUT National Executive has taken these decisions against the background of Michael Gove’s continuing refusal to try to resolve - or even to discuss with us - the matters in dispute. The NASUWT National Executive meets next week.

It is clear that, as a result of his disputes with teachers, Michael Gove's position is increasingly being challenged. The time to take further action and to stand up for education is now.

Action
Email your MP to ask them to contact Michael Gove about the talks. Your email will have more impact if you are able to personalise it.

Stand up for education – video message
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A video message from Christine Blower and Kevin Courtney.

Teachers’ New Year Message

The latest YouGov survey of a representative sample of teachers is a damning indictment of Michael Gove’s time as Secretary of State for Education. The survey (2nd January) finds that:

   Morale in the teaching profession continues to fall and three quarters (74%) of teachers say their morale has declined since the last general election.
   52% of teachers are less likely to stay in the profession as a result of changes to teachers' pay and pensions, and 57% are less likely to stay as a result of changes to teacher’s conditions.
   In one of the richest countries in the world, almost half (49%) of teachers report malnutrition or hunger affecting the ability of pupils to concentrate.
   87% of teachers would rank Ofsted as inadequate or requiring improvement.

Read more:
Press release
Survey report
Full data tables

Action short of strike action
We are continuing our action short of strike action which began in the autumn term 2012. Supporting this action also sends a clear message to the Government that its attacks on our conditions of employment and our professionalism are unacceptable.
Click here for the latest advice and details on action short of strike action.

Get involved with the NUT
There has never been a more important time to get involved in the NUT. To tell us you’d like to get involved or let us know that you’ve been elected as an NUT rep, click here

Advice and Guidance:

Joint NUT/NASUWT Pay Checklist and Model Pay Policy
The NUT / NASUWT have agreed on a joint pay policy checklist and model pay policy. These are fully consistent and compliant with the provisions of the 2013 School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document. Click here for the checklist, model policy and accompanying joint guidance. For further NUT legal advice on the legality of these documents, click here. For NUT advice on ensuring your school pay policy meets Ofsted's requirements, click here.

Pay increase for 2013
Michael Gove has confirmed a 1% pay increase for teachers from Sept 2013, click here for details.

Teachers’ pay increase for 2014
The NUT’s December 2013 submission to the STRB, reaffirms the NUT’s view that teachers’ pay levels need to be increased significantly. The NUT submission rejects the Government’s public sector pay cap. It calls on the STRB to assert its independence and make recommendations on pay to secure the supply of teachers and address growing problems of recruitment, retention and morale.

Resources

   Why we are striking
   Stand up for education
   10 Reasons why Michael Gove is bad for our children’s education
   Answers to all your questions about the action
   Conditions of Service – the imminent threat

Related isses

   pay
   pensions
   appraisal
   workload

http://www.teachers.org.uk/campaigns/protect-teachers

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Re: Angleterre et Pays-de-Galles : grève des enseignants le 26 mars 2014.

par dandelion le Mar 11 Fév 2014 - 15:34
 In one of the richest countries in the world, almost half (49%) of teachers report malnutrition or hunger affecting the ability of pupils to concentrate.
J'avais des doutes quand j'ai entendu que l'économie de l'Angleterre se redressait. Voilà ce que cachent les chiffres...
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Re: Angleterre et Pays-de-Galles : grève des enseignants le 26 mars 2014.

par Le grincheux le Mar 11 Fév 2014 - 15:37
@dandelion a écrit:
 In one of the richest countries in the world, almost half (49%) of teachers report malnutrition or hunger affecting the ability of pupils to concentrate.
J'avais des doutes quand j'ai entendu que l'économie de l'Angleterre se redressait. Voilà ce que cachent les chiffres...
Et c'est aller un peu vite de la conséquence à la cause. Enfin, je dis ça je dis rien.

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