The refusal of their employers to listen to their concerns about wages and workload has left Catholic teachers little choice but to continue striking, says the IEU.
Teachers in most Queensland Catholic schools are striking today over an ongoing pay dispute with Catholic school employers.
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Teachers at 173 schools in Queensland are to stop working for two days next week following a failure of talks with employers.
Queensland Catholic teachers are threatening to strike following a deadlock over unbearable workloads and low pay.