Scottish educators consider going on strike over pension changes

10/24/2011 | BBC

In Scotland, headteachers and deputies at primary schools are considering going on strike over changes to their pensions proposed by the UK government. Teachers say the plan would require them to work longer, pay more toward their retirement and ultimately receive a lesser benefit. Officials in the Scottish government say they do not agree with the UK proposal, which would apply to public-sector employees.

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