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    New Zealand: Government takes up union concerns on workload

    Education International

    The New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association (PPTA) President, Robin Duff, has welcomed the Minister of Education’s positive response to teachers’ concerns about workload in relation to the country's national certificate of educational achievement (NCEA).

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    Bahrain: Union leader moved to Jaw prison

    Education International

    Education International has been informed that the Bahraini Teachers Association's (BTA) president, Mahdi 'Issa Mahdi Abu Dheeb (49 years of age) has been transferred to Jaw prison, Bahrain’s only men's prison, on October 12.

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    Kuwait: Teachers act against extended school hours

    Education International

    Education unionists from the EI-affiliated Kuwait Teachers’ Society (KTS) have shown their opposition to proposals to extend the number of school opening hours by protesting in front of the Ministry of Education.

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    Greece: Teachers on strike against austerity

    Education International

    Greek teachers have joined other public sector workers from all over the country to take part in strike action this week to protest against radical cuts that have been proposed by the European Union and the International Monetary Fund and implemented by the Greek government.

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