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Friday, 28 November 2014

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National teacher strike to hit Cumbria

A TEACHING union has announced a national strike for next month.

The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has today said there will be national strike action by teachers in England and Wales on March 26.

The NUT said it is ‘in pursuit of the disputes that Michael Gove has caused with the profession around pay, pensions and conditions.’

The union said in the run up to the strike it will engage in all talks and encourage its members to leaflet parents and engage with politicians.

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In view of the fact that every secondary school in Barrow has received a less than acceptable report from Ofsted it beggars belief that teachers consider that they are hard done by. It appears that the pupils are the ones hard done by according to Ofsted.

Posted by David on 8 February 2014 at 12:49

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