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With more than 350,000 members, UNISON represents more education staff than any other trade union in the UK.
This gives us a powerful voice to campaign against inequalities, challenge unfair pay practices and speak out on issues that affect our working lives and the quality of public services.
UNISON education works hard to improve terms and conditions, highlighting issues that affect staff, ensuring workplaces are safe and making sure our members’ voices are heard.
We understand the issues you face – join the experts.
Education members include employees from schools and academies, further education colleges, universities, early years and children’s services, career services and more. Find out the issues we face and the benefits of being a UNISON member.
This section is about the key issues affecting people employed in education services. Each key issue explains the facts behind the issue, what UNISON is doing and how you can get involved. You will also find news articles, useful resources and events.