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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 …

The Buenos Aires Province’s Labor Ministry is set to impose a multi-million peso fine on its primary teachers union, Suteba, as a result of its refusal to abide by a legal resolution compelling it to refrain from striking this week.…

Update: 

On Saturday, Roberto Baradel—SUTEBA’s representative in the negotiations with Vidal’s government—stated that he wouldn’t comply with the Labor Ministry’s suspension of the teachers union strike.

The UDOCBA, SADOP, UDA, and AMET teachers unions across Buenos Aires stated that they

Update: The Frente de Unidad Docente, grouping the main teachers unions in the Buenos Aires Province, announced a 72 hour-long strike in protest against what they consider to be an insufficient salary increase offer from María Eugenia Vidal’s administration and …

Buenos Aires City’s Minister of Education Soledad Acuña offered a new deal to teachers unions last Thursday that included a 15 percent salary increase. According to reports from La Nación, the majority of teachers unions accepted the deal, according to …

Representatives of the María Eugenia Vidal administration and of the province’s public teachers union gathered yesterday for the year’s first round of wage negotiations. And, predictably, they did not reach an agreement.

Previous to the meeting, local media outlets had …

Police forces violently prevented members of different teachers unions from setting up an “itinerant” or mobile school in front of the national Congress building, a structure they say symbolizes the continuity of their demand for the government to hold national …

The conflict over salary increases that has been taking place between the teachers’ unions and provincial administrations throughout the country continues at full steam. And, at least for now, there’s no light at the end of the tunnel. The situation …

The Buenos Aires Province teachers’ unions are holding a 24-hour strike today, after rejecting on Friday a new salary increase offer from the María Eugenia Vidal administration. So far, the province’s public primary school students had one out of the …