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    Well fellas these school closures are affecting support needs kids plus parents working hours, pupils are losing out on education and attainment levels,the sense of routine is affecting pupils and parents alike,self employed are losing money having to look after the nippers,does anyone think teachers earn enough say even after 5 years climbing ladder and earning over 40 k,these are just some other sides to this dispute happy new year fellas

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    I think this is not just a UK problem, similar situation here in Oz though so far no strikes.
    But a dire shortage of them with fewer taking up the course at Uni.
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    I have many friends who are or were school teachers , never met a poor one yet!!!!

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