Teachers in England and Wales say they may go on strike. The reasons they might protest are that some feel their pay is too little and another is to do withpensions and the amount of work they have to do.
There was a vote from lots of different teachers the voting of strike was 75%in favour of the strike and 25% against the strike. So far they’ve said they will hold strikes in different areas at different time.
Ian Murch, of the NUT’s executive, said: “Teachers don’t want unreasonable benefits subsidised by people poorer than themselves. We leave that kind of behavior to bankers. Our pockets are repeatedly being picked by this government.”
One of Grey Court’s students, Rhianna, says “teachers get enough money, and students won’t get the best education possible if there are no teachers”.
Schools remain unsure if teachers of England and wales will go on strike.