Pay gap will set up job demarcation;Letter

12th February 1999 at 00:00
THE PAY award to heads will do nothing for primary education.

In good primary schools all staff take equal responsibility for many aspects of school life.

Large differentials in pay will cause many teachers to consider that they are paid to teach in the classroom, and the head can get on with the rest - alone!

Eric R Smith 43 Hillview Gardens, Liverpool

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