The National Association of Schoolmasters has won a significant victory in Durham, and the nature of the victory demonstrates just how primitive is the state of relations between teachers and their employers. The NAS has simply taught a local authority that it cannot do just as it pleases within the formal limitations of the law, but must seek some moral authority for its actions. This is a lesson that the ATTI and the art teachers have notably failed to teach Harringey and Surrey.
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