'Divisive' wages

11th December 1998 at 00:00
TEACHERS at the school chosen by Tony Blair and David Blunkett to launch the Green Paper on teaching last week have condemned plans for performance-related pay as "extremely divisive". Thirty staff at Chiswick Community School, west London, signed a letter to the Guardian urging a rethink of the "retrogressive proposals".

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