Estonia -Broad (international) support for teachers’ strike -March 8, 2012

On the 7th of March 16,000 teachers started on a three-day strike demanding a 20% pay rise. The teachers unions rejected the earlier offer from the education minister to raise the wages by 15%, from €608 to €700 from 2013 onwards as insufficient and too late. Both school and kindergarten teachers went on strike, receiving support, amongst others, from the state-owned Narva power plant workers and the transport unions.

English:http://www.baltictimes.com/news/articles/30767/ ;

http://news.err.ee/education/05c28560-ea5a-47aa-a5f2-fb6f936d2033;  

http://www.baltic-course.com/eng/energy/?doc=54339

 

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