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SEJ April 2016

Vol. 100, Issue No. 02

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Gwen Mayor Trust - Honouring and Remembering

It is almost exactly twenty years since the tragedy when sixteen young children and their teacher were murdered in Dunblane primary school. As we remember that terrible occasion, we remember also the work of the Gwen Mayor Trust over the past two decades in promoting projects in primary schools across Scotland...Page 8
Gwen Mayor 

Become an EIS Rep

We speak to four members who have taken the decision to get active in their union and become EIS Representatives. Here, they explain their own reasons for becoming a Rep and share their thoughts on the benefits...Page 10

Be an EIS Rep logo

Education and the Scottish Parliament Election

In this special 8-page pull-out guide, we focus on the Scottish Parliament election and ask what this will mean for Scottish Education. We look at the EIS Manifesto, entitled Standing Up for Scottish Education, and highlight our key policies and priorities...Page 13

Standing up for Scottish Education manifesto cover

Get it Right for Girls

While there can be no doubt that there has been significant progress made in the journey towards gender equality within our society, much ground remains to be covered before we reach the desired destination... Page 24

Mary Matheson - EIS Convener on Gender Issues