10th January 1997 at 00:00
"If pay is not an important issue on day one of a teacher's career, it becomes important in the second or third years when teachers look round and see their friends buying better clothes and a better car; when they see that their own salary is not moving them forward in the way they would wish"

Anthea Millett, chief executive of the Teacher Training Agency

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