Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Strike to disrupt 7,800 schools

BBC says, "This is the first national strike by teachers for two decades
The teachers' strike is set to close or partially close about 7,800 schools in England and Wales.
Warnings to parents from 132 local authorities - three-quarters of the total - so far show that 32% of schools are expected to face disruption.
The one-day pay strike is being staged on Thursday by members of the National Union of Teachers."

The NUTs are not professionals. Other teachers, like PAT, are and will not strike. They put children first unlike the NUTs who cost my granddaughter a day's schooling.

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