Lack Of Leadership Fuels Teachers' Dispute
Nick Smith National Education Spokesperson
Lack of leadership fuels teachers' dispute
vacuum of leadership around the secondary teachers' pay
dispute is continuing to leave schools in chaos, says
National's Education spokesperson Nick Smith.
The PPTA has
this afternoon reported that its members are evenly split so
far on a short-term pay proposal put to them by their
"The Government and the PPTA are
equally guilty for continuing to drag this problem out, says
"Secondary schools have put up with nine months
of chaos, and neither the Government nor the PPTA seem to
have the wherewithal to resolve it."
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