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Clear advice and cutting red tape should make school trips less of a hassle for teachers, says ATL survey

05 February 2008
ATL responds to the government's Staying Safe action plan

FE Unions Submit 6% Catch-Up Claim

30 January 2008
Joint union statement on the FE pay deal

Homophobic bullying guide is much needed - ATL

30 January 2008
Homophobic bullying is a widespread and prevalent problem in UK schools, finds ATL survey.

School work plagued by plagiarism - ATL survey

18 January 2008
Internet plagiarism is a major problem among sixth form pupils according to over half the teachers questioned in an Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) survey, out today.

Teachers' pay deal better than expected - ATL

15 January 2008
Teachers will recognise today's pay award is better than other public sector deals, says ATL. However, ATL will continue to argue that pay awards should protect teachers' pay in real terms.

ATL calls for complete overhaul of national school testing

14 January 2008
The national testing and examination system is not fit for purpose and should be scrapped because it's unreliable; and does not reflect pupils' real ability, says ATL.