NEU executive members look at 'national action' over teacher pay deal, but joint general secretary focuses on positives
Union analysis finds this is the first year time in at least a decade that DfE has not accepted STRB pay award recommendation in full
One Australian teacher forced to leave her job in the UK talks of her heartbreak – and backs Tes' #LetThemTeach campaign
After a tough year balancing the books, headteachers are demoralised at a real-terms pay cut, writes one heads' leader
Education secretary says school leaders are doing a 'fantastic job', but 'we are in a financially constrained position'
To 'attract the very best teachers', the DfE has to put its money where its mouth is, says one potential career-changer
Colleges' pay lags behind schools, partly because policymakers don't understand FE. This must change, says David Hughes
Tom Starkey loves working in FE - but doesn't think college teachers should put up with the pay gap
The teacher pay issue is only part of the problem – schools need funds to fix leaking roofs and avoid redundancies, writes Ed Dorrell
The £7,000 a year pay gap between school and college teachers could widen, the Association of Colleges fears
Schools that fail to pass on full pay rise will face an 'industrial relations disaster', warns heads' union
With school teachers set to get the first pay rise above 1 per cent since 2011, what will happen to staff in FE?
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DfE says lower-than-forecast pupil numbers will help to fund teacher pay award
Today's announcement is a step forward, but we cannot stop fighting for a 5 per cent increase for all, says Mary Bousted
About 60% of teachers will see their pay rise by less than inflation in September, says the Institute for Fiscal Studies
Education requires stability and long-term planning – the rushed pay announcement demonstrates the DfE is unable to provide it
Unions raise a number of concerns, highlighting the fact that schools will be expected to part-fund the teacher pay rise
Report paints a picture of a recruitment and retention crisis, and teachers falling further behind other professions
Body that advises DfE on teacher pay raises the possibility of abandoning 'uniform' pay rises across the profession
Pay restraint has taken its toll
Teachers will get a pay rise between 1.5% and 3.5%, with government assuming that schools have budgeted for a 1% rise
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Union leaders voice 'dismay' at uncertainty facing schools and teachers over the summer
With government focused on Brexit and the NHS, the funding crisis in schools is being overlooked, writes Ed Dorrell
But unions say teachers must at least show they are willing to strike if they are to get pay hike they want