All annual pay rises for teachers should be related to performance, governors believe

25th July 2003 at 01:00
* All annual pay rises for teachers should be related to performance, governors believe. More than half think rises for less experienced teachers should not be automatic but performance-related, as is the case for post-threshold staff, a survey by Information for School and College Governors shows.

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