Government faces teacher pay clash

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Michael Gove
Michael Gove

The Government is on a fresh collision course with teaching unions after confirming it is pressing ahead with plans to link pay to performance in the classroom.


Under the changes, teachers will no longer receive automatic annual pay rises, but will get annual appraisals with schools deciding on salary levels. Education Secretary Michael Gove said the move will give schools greater freedom over teachers' pay, and help them recruit the best staff.
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