Chaksha is still convinced that all the agreements of the teachers’ strike are fulfilled

The threatening rhetoric of the Latvian Trade Union of Education and Science Workers (LPRON) about demanding the resignation of the responsible minister does not contribute to the achievement of the goals set in the field of education, the Minister of Education and Science believes There is Chaksha.

LPRON announced this week that it requires the adoption of amendments to all Cabinet of Ministers regulations on the procedure for financing the salaries of teachers in preschool, general basic and secondary, vocational, vocationally-oriented and special educational institutions and hobby groups by June 30, and otherwise promises demand the resignation of Chaksha.

Parliamentary Secretary of the Ministry of Education and Science (MON) Karlis Strautinsch recognized the need to amend the rules of the Cabinet of Ministers, since otherwise it would be impossible to ensure the allocation of funding to groups of teachers according to the calculations of the Ministry of Education and Science, said the head of the LPRON Inga Vanaga, adding that on June 5 the trade union received a letter from the ministry stating that there is no need to make amendments.

In turn, Chaksha stressed that the amendments on teachers’ salaries adopted by the government in April and the calculations of the Ministry of Education and Science confirm that the additional funding allocated by the government should be sufficient to increase teachers’ salaries.

The Minister of Education once again underlined the responsibility of local governments for the distribution of targeted grants received among educational institutions.

Chaksha remains convinced that all the teachers’ strike agreements have been fulfilled, and the current digging into the details is “a little exaggerated”, but she understands the teachers’ union’s concerns that teachers’ salaries are a critical aspect of providing quality education.

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