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Finance Minister ready to raise Czech teachers' salaries

May 18th, 2019

Czech Finance Minister Alena Schillerova (for ANO) will adapt the drafting of state budget to the demands of raising teachers' salaries, she told the delegates to the teachers trade union national congress today. Schillerova said she wanted to observe the government promise that teachers would be paid at least 45,000 crowns by 2021. Education Minister Robert Plaga (ANO) said the growth in the salaries should also be reflected in the budget outlooks for subsequent years. "I guarantee to you that teachers' average salary will be 45,000 crowns in 2021 and that I will adapt to it the work on the budget, either for 2020 or the following 2021," Schillerova said.


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