TALLINN - If the three-day strike of teachers does not bring particular results, the Education Personnel Union will carry out an even bigger strike in September, union leader Sven Rondik was quoted as saying by broadcasting corporation ERR. The first string of strikes is planned for March 7 - 9, responding to the local governments’ and the Estonian Education Ministry’s turning down the union’s bid to raise the base salary of teachers by 20 percent in 2012.“We are not asking for a 50 or 100 percent pay rise; our demands are realistic and possible,” empha...
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