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Retirement age

Discussion in 'Pay and conditions' started by Clive_Candy, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. Clive_Candy

    Clive_Candy Occasional commenter

    Are we all aware of the proposals to make teachers work till they're 68?
    Just checking, because nobody seems to have mentioned it here today.
     
  2. Clive_Candy

    Clive_Candy Occasional commenter

    Are we all aware of the proposals to make teachers work till they're 68?
    Just checking, because nobody seems to have mentioned it here today.
     
  3. Are the government supplying the Zimmer frames?
     
  4. Clive_Candy

    Clive_Candy Occasional commenter

    Just so long as we are all clear that they are going to walk all over us...
     
  5. Clive_Candy

    Clive_Candy Occasional commenter

    You pessimist, you! They really haven't given any consideration to teaching being unlike many other professions. I would not wish having to work into your late 60s on anyone, but we can't let them get away with imagining that managing a class of recalcitrant 16 years olds is in any way comparable to directing people where to find the countersunk screws at B&Q. Come on blackdog, it's not all over yet!
     

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