Are British teachers justified in taking strike action?
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This is going to be blunt. If easily offended or if a teacher please do not read, this is my opinion and I don't want to offend anyone, although it probably will. BE WARNED.I think it is a cheek to want more money. Teachers get mountains of paper work, so does every f****r else. You go into all kinds of prefessions knowing what your salary will be. If you don't like it don't do it. Why doesn't the whole nation go on strike. Lets see if we can get some more money for over working and too much paper work, it just isn't goin to happen.
Why should our kids be punished, there is enough truenting, teacher training days on the day after the holidays I mean whats that all about, anyone know? and enough half term/term holidays, why should kids miss out on more days off.I appologise if I am hitting a nerve or am being a bit forward with how I am writing this review.
If everyone was to go on strike which is what seems to be happening these days, there would be a total shut down of the country. Everyone wants more money, just because you think that your job is better and should be better paid than anyone else doesn't mean you are really entitled to it.This isn't just aimed at the teaching profession it is aimed at a lot of professions. I am a single parent and I need more money but I don't go on strike to get it, I work harder and progress, I do my best and hopefully I will receive a rise someday.
Do you get paid for strikes because if you don't then you can't be destitute yet or you wouldn't beable to afford to strike.Thanks for reading, any comments welcome, although please forgive my abruptness in this op.
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