Dutch gov’t offers €285 million to boost primary school teacher salaries

The government is structurally allocating 285 million euros for better working conditions for teachers in primary education, Minister Arie Slob for Primary and Secondary Education announced. But he stressed that the social partners must make agreements about how this money will be used. “I make an urgent appeal to the social partners to go back to the table and use this money for teachers”, he said, NU.nl reports.Submitted by Janene Pieters on September 11, 2019 – 11:20

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