Early childhood teachers take disparity in wages to Fair Work Commission

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By Peter Daniels
Updated July 26 2018 - 2:30am, first published 2:29am
Wage disparity: Early childhood teachers are taking a claim to address their wages disparity with their primary and high school counterparts to the Fair Work Commission. Photo: supplied

Early childhood teachers are paid, on average, about $13,000 per year less than their primary school counterparts.

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Peter Daniels

Senior Journalist

Peter Daniels is the senior journalist with the Port Macquarie News, Wauchope Gazette and Camden Haven Courier and is responsible for covering news, council, politics, court, civic news and feature writing.

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