Pay changes to be applied in 2014

5th April 2013 at 01:00

Performance-related pay will not be applied to teachers' salaries until a year later than expected, it has emerged. The controversial overhaul of teachers' pay, which will bring about the end of automatic rises and the effective abolition of the main pay scale, will not affect pay packets until September 2014, instead of this September as had been anticipated.

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