A teaching union has called on the Head of Civil Service in Northern Ireland to use his powers to give teachers a pay award.
The NASUWT-The Teachers’ Union, has written to David Sterling, the Head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service, calling on him to allocate finances to the Department of Education to enable them to make a significant above inflation pay award for teachers for 2017-18.
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