National Union of Teachers
The National Union of Teachers (NUT) is a trade union for school teachers in England and Wales, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. It is a member of the Trades Union Congress. The Union recruits only qualified teachers and those training to be qualified teachers into membership and currently has over 295,000 members, making it the largest teachers' union in Europe.The NUT campaigns on educational issues and working conditions for its members. Among the NUT's current policies are:Like most unions, the NUT offers legal protection to its members.The NUT has established two financial services companies for teachers, Teachers Assurance in 1877 and the Teachers Building Society in 1966.The NUT was established at a meeting at King's College London on 25 June 1870 as the National Union of Elementary Teachers (NUET) to represent all school teachers in England and Wales.
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