Northern Ireland’s top education official has accused teachers of harming children’s education by taking industrial action.
In a strongly worded letter to all teachers, Gavin Boyd also said they got better pay than their counterparts in England and Wales.
Teaching unions are refusing to co-operate with school inspections in a dispute over pay and workload
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