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 Teachers workload Wednesday, 15 January, 2003, 19:11 GMT

 Teacher workload deal signed
The education secretary hails an "historic" agreement - but the big NUT teaching union is not signing and nor are Tory councils.
Liza Stapleton A primary teacher's working day
As an official review suggests teachers should work fewer hours, BBC News Online profiles the working day of one primary school teacher.
teacher Teachers told: Time for change
The education secretary says she wants a "radical change" in how teachers do their work, to go with the extra funding.
 Teachers say they are overworked
Teachers in Scotland claim their workload has increased despite an improved deal on pay and conditions, a survey suggests.

Reports from the teachers' union conferences
Chalkface issues


 Pupil support
Classroom helper quells "Mums' Army" fears

Teacher gets a trolley to cart her files around Teaching aid
Trolley helps with all the paperwork
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