November 23, 2017
Thursday, November 10, 2011

Teachers' union announces new strikes

After the third meeting between the City Teacher’s union and City government officials, the former decided to go on strike in 15 days- November 24th - in repeal of the elimination of the teacher Classification Boards.

The representatives of the 17 City teacher unions were summoned by Education Minister Esteban Bullrich to listen to their complaints on the bill that is backed by PRO and already received a minority ruling in the Legislature.

After the meeting, the Secretary General Ademys-CTA union Manuel Gutiérrez announced that both sided will meet again on Monday and ratified that teachers will strike once again on November 24th, the same day the bill is to be debated in the Legislature.

“There was no agreement because the Minister insists on eliminating all of the Boards’ functions. All unions explained that they don’t want to lose the tribute of a co-government and that the teachers are classified, in order to enable transparency in tenders,” Gutiérrez explained.


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