England's teachers oppose salary reforms

12/5/2012 | Independent (London), The

Officials in England have announced changes to the way teachers are paid. Among the reforms, which have drawn opposition from teachers, is a plan to freeze the pay of struggling teachers, while those who excel are granted raises. Headteachers also would get more discretion over teachers' raises -- effectively ending national control over teachers' pay that has been in place since the 1920s.

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