UK teachers’ pay freeze meets no opposition from unions

Next year’s pay freeze will result in a real-terms pay cut for experienced teachers of around 8 percent, taking teacher pay back to levels of 15 years ago. The drop in real-term pay for less experienced teachers is also about 4-5 percent lower than in 2007, just before the global financial crisis.

Tania Kent
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Tennessee educators oppose attacks on teachers’ free speech rights

Our committee opposes the right-wing laws recently passed by the Tennessee legislature that would withhold funding to schools where teachers “promote” class or racial antagonisms or are insufficiently “impartial” in their treatment of historical instances of such antagonisms.

Tennessee Educators Rank-and-File Safety Committee
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