CTU welcomes initiative to progress discussions in education
The CTU has welcomed the statement from Education Minister
Chris Hipkins inviting the NZEI and PPTA to meet with him
and senior Ministry officials to discuss the issues
preventing a settlement of the current industrial dispute.
"This is a positive and welcome development which our
education affiliates will participate in fully to find a way
forward," said CTU President Richard Wagstaff.
dispute can only be settled with further dialogue and the
Minister hasshown he is willing to assist directly in this
process," said Wagstaff.
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