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Industrial action: deciding whether to keep a school open

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Last updated on 13 June 2017
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Is there guidance on keeping a school open during industrial action? We outline advice from the DfE and the NAHT on factors to consider when deciding whether to keep a school open during a strike. We also refer to local authority guidance on preparing for, and managing, industrial action.

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  1. 1 DfE advice
  2. 2 Union advice
  3. 3 LA advice on handling industrial action

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