Teaching pay at stake in action zones

Prickett, Ruth
April 1998
People Management;4/30/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p14
Focuses on the opposition of teaching unions to the proposed education action zones (EAZ) by the Plymouth 2000 Partnership, a consortium of public- and private-sector organizations in Great Britain. Context of the EAZ; Reaction of local businesses on the union's claims; Impact of EAZ on teachers' terms and conditions.


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