The Social Democrats want more money for teachers Added:20.9. 2004
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The Social Democrats want more money for teachers

On Friday, talks about the salary increase for teachers, designed at the Social Democratic Prime Minister Stanislav Gross. Where it wants to take money, but remains unclear. Increasing teachers' salaries for two thousand crowns, as Gross suggests, would mean

On Friday, talks about the salary increase for teachers, designed at the Social Democratic Prime Minister Stanislav Gross. Where it wants to take money, but remains unclear. Increasing teachers' salaries for two thousand crowns, as Gross suggests, would be tantamount to the state budget to find another two billion. While Gross said that the state budget has hundreds of items and Finance Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said it found the money for teachers, but it is not clear where and at the expense of which ministries.

The average teacher salary in the first half of the departments under 17,500 crowns, the average salary in the country has increased by 300 crowns. Salaries of teachers in recent years, rising significantly. In 2002, the average salary is 99.9 percent of the average salary in the country in 2003 was 104.5 percent in 2005, when the Ministry's in­tention to succeed, should have their salaries rise by up to 120 percent of the average salary in the country. Primary, secondary and higher vocational schools should therefore take an average of approximately 21,810 per month. Adding should be by education and teacher qualifications.

According to the CSSD plans should also be increased spending on public universities and 12 percent, expenditures on science and research.

Source: www.lidovky.cz




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