Impact of workload

12th June 2009 at 01:00

The conference backed calls for the EIS to investigate the impact of new numeracy and literacy initiatives on the workloads of maths and English teachers. Andrea Bradley, an English teacher from South Lanarkshire, said she welcomed the development of literacy and numeracy "across the board", but wanted to know how it would affect her working conditions and those of her colleagues.

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