• “In Teachers We Trust” – General Secretary
    Working from home is exhausting! The last few weeks have been a non-stop whirl of conference calls, Zoom meetings, Teams meetings, WebEx meetings, WhatsApp calls – all interspersed with making […]
  • What’s next for schools after coronavirus?
    Here are 5 big issues and opportunities by Andy Hargreaves, Research Professor in Education at Boston College, for theconversation.com, 16 April 2020 Extra student support needed After weeks or months at […]
  • Protecting the Welfare of Teachers and Learners – President
    EIS President Bill Ramsay outlines the scale of the challenges that the COVID-19 will continue to present to Scottish education for a long time to come. We are facing the […]
  • Working at Home Resource
    EIS Launches New Working at Home Resource to Support Teachers During Lockdown The brand new EIS Working at Home Resource (WaH) hosts a wealth of suggestions and signposts around maintaining […]
  • Senior Phase assessment for a post-COVID Scotland?
    In this article, EIS national Executive Committee member Allan Crosbie writes in a personal capacity. I’ve been an English teacher for 26 years and a PT for half of that […]
  • Unsafe at Home in Lockdown
    In the last few weeks, as lockdown has intensified, many have raised alarm around the risks of abuse facing many women, children, and young people in their own homes. The […]
  • Learning for Sustainability
    EIS Executive member Sonia Kordiak represents the EIS on the Scottish Government’s Learning for Sustainability Strategy and Policy group. Here, she reports on the work of the group and highlights […]
  • EIS Women Project
    ‘Hidden Figures’ within the EIS “I confess, I hadn’t thought that my education had been any different from the boys in my school, back when I was a young pupil. […]