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EIS Criticises Plans to Increase Spending on SNSAs

18 January 2022

The EIS has strongly criticised the move by the Scottish Government to significantly scale up its spending on SNSAs despite the OECD’s very clear advice that the assessments are of limited value.

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EIS opens ballot & urges teachers to send a clear message by rejecting pay offer

13 January 2022

The EIS will today (Thursday) open a consultative ballot of its members on the latest pay offer to teachers.

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Funding to improve school ventilation: EIS comment

12 January 2022

Commenting, following the First Minister’s announcement of additional funding to improve air quality in Scotland’s schools

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Students need Additional Support in Light of Disruption to Education

11 January 2022

The Educational Institute of Scotland has called for additional support for students in light of continuing disruption to their education as a result of the Covid pandemic.

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Teachers Report Soaring Workload Levels During Pandemic

04 January 2022

Scotland’s teachers have faced soaring levels of workload throughout the pandemic, and at a time when they are being offered a significant real-terms cut in their level of pay by COSLA and the Scottish Government.

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EIS Secures Almost £170,000 in Injury Compensation for Scottish Teachers

30 December 2021

The EIS has secured almost £170,000 in compensation settlements for members injured at work over the past year.

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