Unions dismiss as 'nonsense' a Taxpayers' Alliance claim that teachers have received 'unfair' pay increases
DfE publishes list of MATs and single academies paying six-figure salaries
The University and College Union has increased its membership by 16,000 in a year after widespread industrial action
But teenagers in the UK are more likely to aspire to teach than their counterparts in Finland, OECD report shows
Theresa May's surprise collapse in last summer's poll changed policy on grammar schools, funding and teacher pay
A row over calls for the University and College Union's general secretary to resign disrupted its annual congress
International teachers say better pay is needed to persuade them to stay in teaching in England
Shadow education secretary says her party in government would bring back 'genuine national pay in education'
Action ends after Capital City College Group offers one-off £500 payment and fractional posts for casual employees
Union's head of FE calls for 50-plus colleges to strike, as Hull College Group staff agree seven-day walkout
Conference details published today reveal depth of feeling around teacher salaries in Scotland
The University and College Union's congress calls for leaders' salaries to be limited to five times the median staff pay
The University and College Union's general secretary tells members that low pay is putting people off a career in FE
But UCU says industrial action over pay at nine other colleges is set to go ahead
We invest our 'emotional labour' in our jobs, which is why performance-related pay doesn’t work, writes one teacher
US states have been convulsed by grassroots teacher action
FE unions have accused the Association of Colleges of 'playing silly games' after it blocked pay negotiations
Staff at the Hull College Group will walk out on Wednesday over plans to slash jobs
UCU members have declared plans for two days of strike action at Lewisham Southwark College in a row over pay
Union members at a college where 75 jobs are under threat have voted for strike action
Motion put before the SSTA union warns that strikes will be necessary unless action is taken on teacher pay
Three teachers give their view
An FE equivalent of TeachFirst is needed to help solve difficulties in recruiting teaching staff to colleges
'There is a crisis in the supply of teachers – the government cannot fail to act before things get even worse'
Thinktank calls for focus to shift from recruitment to retention
National pay bargaining mechanisms are failing the further education sector, writes Sean Vernell, of the UCU union
Hull College Group staff vote to strike over job cuts
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