Welsh teachers in pay dispute

24th February 2006 at 00:00
Schools in south-east Wales are being badly advised over new pay arrangements, according to a teaching union. NASUWT Cymru has declared a collective dispute on behalf of primary members in Monmouthshire who, it says are being asked to take on additional duties without new teaching and learning responsibility payments. But Pat Clarke, immediate past president of the National Association of Head Teachers Cymru, said leading on one or more subjects was a routine part of a teacher's role.

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