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Teachers at state schools in England and Wales have failed in an attempt to strike after a union didn’t reach the legal turnout threshold, but some private schools will face walkouts.
Only 42% of members of the NASUWT took part in a vote concerning state-funded schools, below the 50% needed for it to be valid. Of those who voted 9 out of 10 were in favor of industrial action as the union pushes for a raise that beats the UK’s high level of inflation.


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