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17 Jul 2019 21:30
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  •   Home > News > Education

    The Ministry of Education says more industrial action from teachers tomorrow, won't mean a day off for kids

    The Ministry of Education says more industrial action from teachers tomorrow, won't mean a day off for kids


    Tomorrow, teachers will refuse to work in classes with year 9s.

    The Ministry's Ellen MacGregor-Reid says other year groups will still be taught, so schools are open and should at least be offering supervision.

    It follows last week's mega-strike, where primary, secondary, and area school teachers put down their pens and took to the streets for a day in protest.

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