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Many children in the City and Province of Buenos Aires will not have classes today nor tomorrow, as teachers unions from both districts begin today their 48-hour strike. Most of their colleagues around the country will join them tomorrow as …

María Eugenia Vidal’s administration has called the Buenos Aires Province’s main teachers unions back to the negotiation table, in order to reach a salary agreement for the year, after a court from La Plata legally obliged her government to do …

Teachers unions from all across the country are arriving in Buenos Aires City for the last stage of the so-called “federal march,” which aims at giving visibility to their demand for annual wage increases be renegotiated, and for the federal …

Although overshadowed by other issues currently dominating the public agenda, the conflict between teachers unions and both the federal government and certain provincial ones is far from being over. And, in fact, expect a new round next Wednesday when teachers …

The country’s largest teachers’ union voted yesterday to hold a 48-hour national strike starting on Monday, pushing back the start of classes after the summer break two days, as wage negotiations continue to drag on without without progress.

CTERA announced …

March 5 is the set date for children in Argentina to go back to school. However, given the current state of most wage negotiations (paritarias docentes) between teachers unions and the provincial administrations, chances of this happening are …

February is well underway, which means that unions and business and industry representatives are meeting to negotiate this year’s salary increases, a subject that largely dominates the political conversation during the first portion of the year, every year.

Always one …

Tensions are rising before the 2018 negotiations between teachers and authorities over wages have even begun.

Not only have there already been rejections from unions in the Buenos Aires province over the possibility of wage increases being limited by 15 …

A handful of teachers have set up a tent-like structure mimicking the façade of a school in front of Argentina’s Congress building, after receiving permission from the government. The “inauguration” of the mobile school, which around ten teachers spent last …

The teachers unions are conducting a new nation-wide strike today, reiterating their demand for the government to hold a nation-wide wage negotiation, but mainly protesting against the violent manner — which some categorize as being repression — in which security …