The EIS has highlighted the importance of all elected representatives at Holyrood showing leadership to ensure equality in schools, colleges and universities.
The EIS has today (Tuesday) welcomed the Scottish Government’s decision to pause proposed legislation on its Education Bill.
EIS General Secretary Larry Flanagan has commented on the Audit Scotland report on Scotland's colleges.
The EIS has sent a May Day mayday on teachers' pay, and urged the country's parents to get behind the union's Value Education, Value Teachers campaign.
The internationally renowned Finnish educationalist, Pasi Sahlberg, will be the keynote speaker at this Saturday’s (28 April) Education Conference, organised by the EIS.
The EIS has presented evidence to the Scottish Parliament's Education and Skills Committee on the severe impact that poverty can have on young people's educational attainment and achievement.
General Secretary Larry Flanagan recently wrote an article for the Morning Star regarding the 10% teacher pay claim.
As unions gather in Aviemore for the 121st Scottish Trades Unions Congress, the prospect of increased industrial action over the coming year will be a central focus of debates.
Larry Flanagan speaking about weapons in schools.
General Secretary Larry Flanagan speaking to Times Educational Supplement.
General Sectary Larry Flanagan speaking at the first day STUC Congress.
A survey by the EIS has found that only 9% of schools have any form of committee oversight over the spending of Pupil Equity Fund (PEF) money.
The EIS has highlighted the need for the Education Bill to look beyond Headteachers and to enable a collaborative and collegiate approach to empowering schools and school communities.
The EIS has secured over £450,000 in compensation settlements for members injured at work over the past year.
The Scottish Negotiating Committee for Teachers (SNCT) has formally agreed a number of proposals in relation to pay and conditions of service for teachers and associated professionals.
The EIS has welcomed the confirmation in today’s draft Scottish Budget that the 1% public sector pay cap will be lifted in the next financial year.
The EIS has commented on today’s publication of the independent review of student support.
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The EIS has today (Tuesday), welcomed the launch of a consultation on the Education (Scotland) Bill.
The EIS has welcomed the announcement by Deputy First Minister John Swinney that the Scottish Government is offering bursaries of £20,000 to graduates to change career and become teachers.
The EIS held a joint fringe meeting with the Deputy First Minister, John Swinney, at the SNP Conference today (Tuesday) where Mr Swinney outlined the Scottish Government’s aims and policies for Education.
The EIS will present evidence to the Education and Skills Committee highlighting its concern surrounding lack of adequate training and resources for the Named Person legislation whilst not opposing the principle aim of the scheme.
Representatives of the EIS have spoken in support of two TUC Congress Motions.