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Ctera, the country’s largest public school teachers union, and Sadop, which groups private school teachers, announced they will hold a national strike on Thursday, July 3, to protest what they allege was police repression against their colleagues in the Chubut …

Nearly two months since the beginning of the school year, salary negotiations between teachers unions in the Buenos Aires Province and governor Vidal’s administration have not made any progress. In fact, things have taken a step backward, as the two …

As the wage negotiations between the teachers unions in the Buenos Aires Province and representatives from the María Eugenia Vidal administration have come to a standstill, the unions grouped in the Frente de Unidad Docente (FUD) have announced new measures …

The main teachers unions in the Buenos Aires Province, grouped under the umbrella Frente de Unidad Docente, announced a strike for after the Easter holidays that will take place next week. The decision comes after a fifth unfruitful meeting with …

Buenos Aires’ main teachers union, the UTE, has announced that it will strike on March 5 and 6, barely a week into the beginning of the 2018 school year, as per this report by La Nación. Protest activities have …

Almost two months into the fight, the María Eugenia Vidal administration and the province’s teachers unions still seem pretty far from finding middle ground in their conflict over this year’s salary increases. So the judge in charge of ruling over …

Today a court from La Plata ordered the Buenos Aires Province government to give back the money they deducted from the salaries of the teachers who have been consistently striking ever since the school year began in March. They have …

Yet again, teachers unions and authorities from Buenos Aires Province’s administration failed to reach an agreement regarding salary increases. However, if there were to be  a silver lining to this whole ordeal, it would be the fact that despite the …

As the conflict between teachers’ unions and the Buenos Aires provincial government enters its third week, both parties met yesterday to discuss this year’s salary increases, but failed to reach an agreement yet again.

However, the fact that the meeting …

Teachers’ unions vs the government: The battle continues. Despite not reaching an agreement over wage increases, teachers in the Buenos Aires province have lifted their strike after four days, and classes started again today.  The two camps will meet in …