PRIVATE SCHOOL TEACHERS UNITE by Allwyn George, Carmona

The judiciary in Goa had brought relief to the striking Primary school teachers as the salaries were made on par with Govt. Primary schools. The teachers of Diocesan schools at that time were paid very less for their services before the historic verdict.
While today primary teachers of aided schools are paid handsomely on par with Govt primary schools, their counterparts in the unaided English medium schools are paid a paltry salary and are exploited by the management of these schools. These teachers from private unaided schools need to unite under a common banner and fight for their rights and to make salary on par with aided schools. In spite of their high fees and donations taken from parents for their trusts, the teachers in these private schools are victimized by not regularizing their services and denying them salaries on par with others. The private schools lobby has to realize that they also have a rebellion brewing in their backyard.

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