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    Spain: Reforms promote student segregation

    Education International

    The school year will open in Spain with a heated debate about new educational reforms, imposed by government decree. Trade unions argue that the reform measures will promote early student segregation, bring private enterprise methods into public schools, and militate against “better quality in education”.

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    Tanzania: Strike cancelled amid calls for negotiation

    Education International

    The Tanzania Teachers’ Union (TTU) has called off its strike over teachers’ pay, after a High Court ruling found the countrywide action unlawful. The TTU made its decision in order to encourage bilateral discussions with the government to settle its case.

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    France: Teachers’ unions in reform consultations

    Education International

    EI’s French affiliates are preparing to draw up a report on the most important reforms for the education sector. This follows a consultation process launched in July by the Education Minister, Vincent Peillon, on the restructuring of the education system. The education unions have revealed their proposals which may contribute to...

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