The next three weeks are vital for the NUT in terms of public campaigning and mobilising members.
I think the NUT has put itself in a good position with the public-facing Stand Up for Education campaign and also the damage we have caused Gove over the the STRB report and workload survey.
There is a really positive mood across the Union with many members volunteering for campaign activities.
I am attaching a copy of our latest newsletter on the workload survey, which you are welcome to adapt for your association.
There is a very good blog about workload, written by Tom Bennett – I don’t always agree with him but what he has written here will strike a chord with many teachers http://community.tes.co.uk/tom_bennett/b/weblog/archive/2014/03/02/too-busy-to-teach-why-we-39-ve-all-got-work-to-do.aspx#.UxNmSv2aGRM.twitter
So, looking ahead, we have some key dates on which to focus our energies:
SATURDAY MARCH 8th – STREET STALLS
These are going very well…
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