Teacherline to listen to US

23rd July 2004 at 01:00
A helpline for teachers in Britain is to extend its service to America. The Teacher Support Network was due to announce today that it had received funding to provide Teacherline to schools in North Carolina and hoped to interest other US states. The network said American teaching unions felt their members had the same concerns as teachers in England, such as workload, pupil behaviour and conflicts with senior staff.


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