NUT published research
Evidence Informed Policies Research commissioned by the National Union of Teachers 1991-2009
The Centre for Education and Employment Research at the University of Buckingham has been commissioned to conduct interviews with representative samples of headteachers of maintained primary and secon
This May 2009 document sets out the findings of an NUT survey on the financial position of NUT teachers who entered teaching in the last two years.
The National Union of Teachers has a e-network of disabled teachers with over 60 members. This paper is based on an analysis of responses to a questionnaire received from 35 members of the network.
Click here for PDF version of Disability Equality in Education Survey of Disabled Teachers 2008.
The vast majority of head teachers are opposed to the idea that school leaders should be chief executives without teaching experience, says an independent report, commissioned by the NUT, from Alan Smithers and Pamela Robinson of the Centre for Education and Employment Research, University of Buckingham. The report says that bureaucracy, external interference, excessive regulation and lack of work /life balance are the root causes of head teacher frustration, with their roles made worse for primary heads by inadequate salaries compared with their responsibilities.
December 2002 Report by John Atkins, David Carter and Mike Nichol
A survey analysed for the National Union of Teachers by
Institute of education
Teacher Research & Development Unit
Dr. S.R.St.J. Neill
Report April 2002
This study was commissioned by the national union of teachers and carried out by the Quality in Education centre at the University of Strathclyde.