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  2. Scottish Public Pensions Agency - Wikipedia

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    The Scottish Public Pensions Agency ( Scottish Gaelic: Peinnseanan Poblach na h-Alba) is an executive agency of the Scottish Government. It is responsible for the administration and regulation of government pension schemes in Scotland. This includes the pension schemes of NHS Scotland and for Scotland's teachers.

  3. Teachers' Pension Scheme - Wikipedia

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    The Teachers' Pension Scheme is a guaranteed income pension for teachers in England and Wales. It gives a defined benefit to people upon reaching retirement age, for each year until death, depending on how many years the teacher has paid in. In Scotland, teachers access the Scottish TeachersPension Scheme, or the Scottish Teachers ...

  4. Pensions in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

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    The Pensions Act 2008 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The principal change brought about by the Act is that all workers will have to opt out of an occupational pension plan of their employer, rather than opt in. This is referred to as automatic enrolment, and moves a significant amount of responsibility onto the employer to ...

  5. Educational Institute of Scotland - Wikipedia

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    The Educational Institute of Scotland ( EIS) is the oldest teachers' trade union in the world, having been founded in 1847 when dominies became concerned about the effect of changes to the system of education in Scotland on their professional status. [2] [3] The EIS is the largest teaching union in Scotland, representing 80% of the country's ...

  6. MSPs' salaries, expenses and allowances - Wikipedia

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    Pensions. Pensions are available to MSP's and specified office holders (including the Lord Advocate and the Solicitor General, but not First Minister or Presiding Officer, where separate arrangements exist). They are paid out of a fund known as the Scottish Parliamentary Contributory Pension Fund, and administered by the SPCB.

  7. Teachers' trade unions in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

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    Teachers' trades union in the United Kingdom are trades union for teachers in operating in the United Kingdom . Due to the differing education systems in the UK, most unions only organise in certain parts of the country and some focus on certain members of staff, such as headteachers. Teaching is an unusual profession in that it does not have ...

  8. Education in Scotland - Wikipedia

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    Education in Scotland is provided in state schools, private schools and by individuals through homeschooling. Mandatory education in Scotland begins for children in Primary 1 (P1) at primary school and ends in Fourth Year (S4) at secondary school. Overall accountability and control of state–education in Scotland rests with the Scottish ...

  9. Education Scotland - Wikipedia

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    Education Scotland ( Scottish Gaelic: Foghlam Alba) is an executive agency of the Scottish Government, tasked with improving the quality of the country's education system. Education Scotland is responsible for inspecting Scotland's state–funded primary and secondary schools, as well as nursery schools which form part of a primary school.

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