Vote for education - sign the petition
We’re asking you and all your colleagues to pledge to stand up for education by signing our petition. Please also discuss with your colleagues how you might promote it and our manifesto with parents and the public to make sure that our positive vision for education is heard.
Manifesto – updated with endorsements
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We’ve updated the NUT manifesto with the latest endorsements from academics, actors, authors, campaigners, entertainers, lawyers, the public, politicians and teachers.
You can order paper copies of both documents by emailing email@example.com
This video contains endorsements of the manifesto from Michael Rosen, Owen Jones, Tim Brighouse and Imran Hussain.
You can download a copy of this academic analysis of the central themes and recommendations of the Stand Up for Education campaign here.
The Government’s announcement in response to its workload challenge consultation is bitterly disappointing.
Click here to see the Government’s announcement, the NUT's ‘Eight Steps’ to reduce workload, and an NUT comparison of how the Government’s response measures up to the Eight Steps.
What you can do
- Email your Prospective Parliamentary Candidates to tell them about the issues of excessive workload and the NUT’s suggested Eight Steps to reduce it.
- Tweet #TellNicky we are losing far too many good teachers and she should support the NUT’s Eight Steps
Stand up for Education rally - London 10 February
A packed rally heard speakers endorse the NUT's education manifesto and call for a better education system for pupils, parents and teachers. The NUT believes that every child and young person should be valued. See our manifesto. Join the growing list of supporters and endorse our Manifesto for Education.