The Education Minister is quickly running out of patience with the primary teachers' union. Primary school principals and teachers are going ahead with rol

NZ teachers have biggest workloads, survey finds as NZEI strikes begin NZ teachers have biggest workloads, survey finds as NZEI strikes begin

Global poll found Kiwi teachers work 52.1 hours each week.

Self-serving union doesn’t have student interests at heart

Reports that teachers union NZEI has declined a pay offer from the Government and decided to strike because it already has meeting rooms booked shows it doesn’t have the interests of students or teachers at heart, says ACT Leader David Seymour.

Teachers: Govt offer came too late to change strike meetings Teachers: Govt offer came too late to change strike meetings

Teachers say $700m pay offer came too late to rearrange strike meetings.

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More than 100,000 primary school students in Auckland will be home from school today as teachers and principals walk off the job for the second time this year.

They say they didn't call off the strike because the venues for union meetings were already booked

They say they didn't call off the strike because the venues for union meetings were already booked

The Government needs to listen and be more balanced and respectful in the way that it handles the collective bargaining with teachers, National’s spokesperson for Education Nikki Kaye says.

The teachers' strike is going ahead tomorrow because the venues for union meetings were already booked. The primary teachers' union offered that explanatio