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250,000 - 500,000
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Teachers' union representing over 300,000 members in the UK.
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The NASUWT, or the National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers, is a trade union in the United Kingdom that represents teachers and headteachers in England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. The union was founded in 1919 and has since grown to become one of the largest and most influential teaching unions in the country.

The NASUWT is committed to promoting and protecting the interests of its members, as well as improving the quality of education in the UK. The union provides a range of services and support to its members, including legal advice, representation, and professional development opportunities.One of the key priorities of the NASUWT is to ensure that teachers are treated fairly and with respect. The union campaigns for better pay and working conditions for teachers, as well as for greater recognition of the important role that teachers play in society.

The NASUWT also works to combat discrimination and harassment in the workplace, and to promote equality and diversity in the education sector.In addition to its work on behalf of teachers, the NASUWT is also involved in wider debates about education policy and practice. The union is a vocal advocate for high-quality education for all children, and works to ensure that teachers have the resources and support they need to deliver the best possible education to their students.

The NASUWT is a vital organisation for teachers in the UK. Its work on behalf of its members and the wider education community has helped to shape the education landscape in the country, and its commitment to promoting fairness, equality, and respect in the workplace is an important contribution to the ongoing struggle for social justice.

Rose Hill, Rednal, Birmingham, B45 8RS, United Kingdom

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