The agreement provides for an immediate halt to all trade union actions in schools from today and provides for a remuneration of 2.25% for all teachers in Northern Ireland from September 2017 and an additional 2% from September 2018. The terms of the agreement, which apply from today, are included in circular TNC 2020/1 and can be www.education-ni.gov.uk/topics/teaching-staff/teachers-pay-and-workload-settlement-201719 The agreement is an important step in the working relationship between unions and recognised employers in the field of education. It clarifies the conditions of employment of teachers. Side Management and NITC now have a framework that allows them to work together to address issues and ensure beneficial change. This is a detailed process that will begin as soon as possible. In addition to measures to address teachers` workload and accountability concerns and implement them as part of a carefully managed and sustained transition period, both management and NITC believe that the terms of the agreement, and in particular the nine areas of review, are likely to positively transform the education sector and improve educational outcomes for our children and youth. At a meeting of the Teachers` Bargaining Committee (TNC) this morning, the Directorate Side and the Northern Ireland Teachers` Council (NITC) formally ratified an agreement to resolve the long-standing dispute over teacher pay and workload. Both management and the NITC acknowledge that this development comes at a time of great crisis and uncertainty following Covid-19. In particular, on this day, we pay tribute and pay tribute to all the collaborators on the front line and to the considerable sacrifices that have been made on our behalf. We also thank teachers and non-educational workers for their leadership, commitment and hard work that ensures continuity of learning for our children and youth during this time.
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