Greek teachers low paid, but work shorter hours in smaller classes

Photo by srgpicker via Flickr
Photo by srgpicker via Flickr

Greek teachers are low-paid by international standards, but work among the lowest hours and in some of the lowest class sizes, according to a major new study.

Analysis by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has found that primary teachers entering the profession are the seventh lowest paid on average, while their secondary colleagues are the sixth lowest paid. That puts them ahea...

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