The truth is teachers are being paid less than they used to be.
A new report says this is because of the changes made to the way the National Union of Teachers (NUT) is run.
This includes cuts to pay and conditions for the majority of its staff.
The National Union has already warned that if this isn’t reversed, the next round of negotiations with the Government will have to be postponed.
This is what it means for teachers.
The NUT has been trying to protect the teaching profession for decades and its members have fought tooth and nail for better pay and working conditions.
But this is not the case.
Teachers’ pay has stagnated for years and it’s time to take it back Teachers and their unions have always argued that the way to make things better is for all staff to work more.
And for that to happen, teachers must be given a decent wage.
But as things stand, that’s not happening.
They say they’ve been underpaid and have been asked to do things they’re not really good at.
And that’s where the National Teachers’ Union comes in.
This week the union published a report detailing how it believes the Government has made teaching more difficult for teachers and has been working to weaken its bargaining power.
They argue the Government’s policy of paying the highest teachers a flat fee for each teaching role has led to a lack of accountability and a lack that is threatening the health of the profession.
But if we’re to have good teachers we need good people in our schools.
This report, and the union’s latest statement, come after the Government announced a package of reforms that included a cap on the cost of living allowance and the establishment of a new independent review of the teaching industry.
These measures were designed to bring about better working conditions and higher pay for teachers, but critics argue the reforms are more about squeezing the unions’ pocket.
A teacher’s salary is calculated by multiplying the hours of work by the annual base salary, which is the salary a teacher receives after their contract ends.
The base salary for teachers is now £14,200 a year, or £23,400 a year.
But teachers are paid less because the NUT and other unions now work out how much they are paid.
The average salary for a full-time teacher in England is £15,000 a year and the average pay for a part-time one is £7,600 a year – or £1,250 a week.
It’s a figure which teachers have complained about for years, and one which has continued to fall.
In 2013 the Nuts chief executive, Karen Poulter, called for the National Teaching Council to make teachers’ wages more fair.
But the Government says the NCTC should not be the main source of pay for schools and instead should focus on ensuring schools can attract the best teachers.
It’s not just the teachers who are struggling to make ends meet. “
So I think that we should not put a burden on the schools that we’re going to have to pay the highest earners, we should pay them as the schools themselves are going to do.”
It’s not just the teachers who are struggling to make ends meet.
It has been estimated that between 75 per cent and 80 per cent of the schools in England are not making enough to pay their teachers.
So teachers have struggled to pay bills, to cover bills for their own kids, and to feed their families.
In 2017 the NATS also revealed that the Government was increasing the pay of all school staff, including principals, to £7.50 an hour.
This means that principals and other school staff are getting a raise on top of what the NTS had previously estimated to be their salaries.
This was a big change from what they had been asking for.
But many schools have been left behind by this change, and some principals have been told to raise pay to keep staff in place.
But there’s a problem.
The Government has not made clear how they plan to pay for these changes, and it has not been decided on the amount teachers will be paid.
But we know it will mean that teachers will have less money to spend on their kids and their parents.
The report says teachers’ salaries will be affected by the Government, as well as the way that they are funded.
But it says that the government should not use these increases to force teachers to make cuts to their jobs.
Rather it should use them to fund a new system of teacher recruitment that gives teachers the flexibility they need to support their families, and improve their skills.
There is no reason why teachers can’t make more money if they work hard.
But when they do, it is their teachers who have been the real losers.
The National Union for Teachers, in an emailed statement, said: “It is vital that we have a clear and credible