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Old 17.01.2020, 15:24
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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What is poverty by today's definition? You don't seem to like the one I found and understood to be accurate because you are greasing the goal posts, so enlighten us.

Teachers are decently paid, it's true, but NQTs are on just over 24k and it can take a long time, especially now, to get over the 30 - 36k mark which is, now apparently the range of the average UK full time salary now. I'd say only about 40% staff in an average school are on more : dept heads and SLT. Is a total guess though. Just thinking of my last dept /school and extrapolating.

Someone did the maths once: it's about 17p per hour per kid. Less if you factor in a 50 plus hour week.

Could be, but I don't think is too far off. Might have been 2019 data I found. Your point?

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And then there is the horror of zero-hour contracts
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