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EIS Launches new Teacher Survey in Support of Workload Campaign

24 January 2020

The national Council of the EIS, will launch a new national survey of Scotland's teachers in support of the union's Time to Tackle Workload initiative.

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Review of Scottish Education - EIS Comment

15 January 2020

Commenting on the decision of the Scottish Parliament this evening, calling for a wide-scale review of Scotland’s education system, EIS General Secretary Larry Flanagan said:

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EIS to Open University Strike Ballot on Pay This Week

06 January 2020

The EIS will open a new industrial action ballot this week in its commitment to fight for a fair pay rise for university lecturers.

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EIS Launches New Health and Wellbeing Resource

03 January 2020

The EIS is launching a new online resource to promote health and wellbeing for teachers.

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EIS Secures Almost £300k Compensation for Members Injured at Work

30 December 2019

The EIS has secured almost £300,000 in compensation settlements for members injured at work over the past year.

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Questions over Proposed Shetland College Merger must be Answered

28 December 2019

The EIS has again raised serious concerns over the proposed merger of Shetland College, Train Shetland and the NAFC Marine Centre.

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Gwen Mayor Trust Announces Arts and Culture Funding

27 December 2019

The Gwen Mayor Trust, a charity established by the Educational Institute of Scotland following the 1996 Dunblane tragedy, has announced its latest funding allocations to primary schools across Scotland.

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EIS-ULA to Open new Strike Ballot on Pay

11 December 2019

The EIS-ULA is to open a new industrial action ballot in its commitment to fight for a fair pay rise for university lecturers.

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School Statistics Publication - EIS comment

10 December 2019

Commenting on the publication of the Summary Statistics for Schools in Scotland, EIS General Secretary Larry Flanagan said:

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PISA Analysis Highlights Value of Scotland's Comprehensive Education System

03 December 2019

The analysis of Scotland’s data from the PISA results, published today, has highlighted the value of Scotland’s comprehensive education system.

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Scottish Educational Journal

December 2019

Vol. 103, Issue No. 6

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