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    Canada: Quebec’s “special law” violates students’ rights

    Education International

    EI national affiliates, the Confédération des syndicats du Québec (CSQ), the Fédération nationale des enseignantes et des enseignants du Québec (FNEEQ-CSN), and the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) have strongly condemned Quebec’s Bill 78. This legislation, tabled to end the 14-week student strike, violates fun...

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    European education unionists challenge gender stereotypes

    Education International

    EI European Region, the European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE), discussed teacher trade union actions challenging gender stereotypes and gender segregation in the labour market during a peer-learning activity (PLA) and a training seminar. These events were held from 9-10 May, in Brussels, Belgium, in the frame of a...

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    Spain: a red-hot spring in defence of state education

    Education International

    Education unions along with parents’ and students’ associations have called for a strike in Spain on May 22. The strike will make history, covering the whole education sector from Early Childhood Education up to university.

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    No performance-related pay for teachers in The Netherlands

    Education International

    The Dutch government announced today that it will no longer pursue plans to introduce performance related pay. Education Secretary Halbe Zijlstra has decided that the 80 million euro budget providing for performance pay experiments will be reallocated.

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