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Teacher pay

Alternative pension plan is a teacher pay shortcut, not solution

Trust's proposal to offer staff a less generous pension for more pay will leave staff 'dangerously shortchanged', says Paul...

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Paul Whiteman

How to reform qualifications without breaking the bank

A Labour government short of cash would do well to reconsider ministers' and officials' default settings on reform

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Reza Schwitzer

Why we’re reforming our pension offer

Giving teachers more control over balancing income today against income in old age is the right thing to do...

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Sir Jon Coles

It’s time to take matters into our own hands on SBP pay

Consistently undervaluing school business professionals has led to a supply crisis, and our new framework aims to fix that...

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Stephen Morales

Our new policy council will strengthen the voice of trusts

CST's new policy advisory council is a timely evolution to support the organisation's growing sector role - and you...

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Steve Rollett

How we can make the most of the new government’s first hundred days

This period of political transition creates some latitude - but what should we do with it?

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Joe Hallgarten

Six lessons from other sectors on communicating with parents

Top tips on de-escalation from the FBI, crisis communicators, film directors and more

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Rachel Johnson

Why the new government should invest in school internships

Offering opportunities to students and career changers could boost teacher recruitment and cut workloads at the same time

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Dame Alison Peacock
Election 2024

Hope must quickly turn to progress in tackling our crises

A new government gives the sector hope. We will work with them wherever we can - and hold them...

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Paul Whiteman