Teachers: Workload in England a problem

England's teachers are pushing to limit their work weeks to 35 hours, with up to seven hours for grading student work and preparing for lessons. "There is a requirement to set some kind of standard for teachers in England, and what we're saying is that the open-ended contract that we have at the moment is unacceptable," said Christine Blower, acting general secretary for the National Union of Teachers.

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