MEMBERS of the National Union of Teachers have voted to go on strike again, it has been reported.
The walkout will be staged in late June threatening chaos for the exam season.
The vote was taken at the union’s national conference in Brighton. The strike action is part of a long running dispute with the government over pay, pensions and working conditions.
Lancashire and Blackburn with Darwen representative for the NUT Simon Jones said: “We must put maximum possible pressure on Gove and the coalition Government to radically change their damaging policies towards education. We need a secretary of state who believes in treating teachers properly.”