Derby parents left in the dark over whether their child's school is on strike or not
Many Derby parents are still not sure whether their child's school is closed or not on Monday and Tuesday next week because of strike action.
The on-going dispute between Unison and Derby City Council, over the outcome of a fair pay review more than eight months ago, has led to numerous strikes. But the latest comes as pupils are due to return to classes after a week off for the spring half-term.
A published list of school closures, or partial closures, shows several of them with "tbc" by their names - to be confirmed - indicating the difficulty of letting people know straight... read more
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