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Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, comments on the publication of Ofsted’s framework for the inspection of local authority services
As part of a campaign to defend the education of children and young people, parents, teachers, headteachers, governors and other members of the public will be taking part on Saturday (11 May) in the next series of Rallies for Education following the hugely successful events in the North West on 27 April.
Commenting on the announcement within the Queen’s Speech that the Government intends to bring forward a Mesothelioma Bill before Parliament, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union said. “This announcement is welcome in that it is at least as sign that historic exposure to asbestos is at last being taken seriously."
Extending pay freedoms of academy schools to all schools will not result in good teachers being paid more, but results in reduced pay for all classroom teachers.
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Parents, teachers, headteachers, governors and other members of the public will tomorrow (Saturday) be taking part in the first of a series of Rallies for Education across England and Wales as part of a campaign to defend the education of children and young people.