Strike threat lifted after COSLA agrees to raise teachers' pay

By Martin Ford | 29 March 2019

The possibility of strike action by teachers has been averted after Scotland’s council leaders backed a pay deal.

Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) voted today in favour of the revised offer to the teaching workforce at a meeting in East Lothian.

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