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Discussion in 'Scotland - education news' started by heldon, Apr 24, 2011.
at least the English teachers union is preparing to defend teachers pensions
Good post. I was thinking of starting one myself.
So far with have the current SNCT negociation (more like no negociation),the Hutton pension reforms and the review of McCrone (did we all read the bit in TES about stopping being allowed to sign out?) and no sign of any action whatsoever. What are doomed.
Now now. The English unions have their Conferences at Easter time. SSTA and EIS have theirs later. Having said that, passing motions is one thing. Getting teachers to vote in sufficient numbers is another. Then there is the issue of Mrs T's anti union strike legislation. Who will the action be aimed at? The UK government? Illegal - the UK governmentdoes not employ a single teacher.
Watch this space.