Teachers have voted to take more strike action this coming June.
The National Union of Teachers vowed to step up their campaign as the row over pay, pensions and conditions continues.
The decision to take industrial action was made at their annual conference in Brighton.
National strikes will take place in the week beginning Monday 23rd June if "significant" progress is not made in resolving the long-running dispute.
The NUT have also said they will not rule out more than one day of strike action, with further action in the autumn still a possibility.
The strikes could leave thousands of school children across the country facing the prospect of school closures and disruptions to lessons.
The National Union of Teachers, the NUT, has voted to stage further strikes, starting with a national walkout in June in an ongoing bitter row over pay, pensions and conditions.
There's disruption on the way for families after teachers in the region today announced strike action later this term. Our Social Affairs Correspondent Christine Alsford has the details.
The Shadow Education Secretary Stephen Twigg has been speaking out about this year's GCSE results after meeting Head Teachers in Southampton.
The proportion of teenagers in England achieving at least five grade Cs at GCSE is down this year official figures show.
Teachers unions say the fall of nearly half a per cent fall is a result of the marking of this year's English exams, which saw the grade boundaries change between January and May.
But the exams regulator says the results are fair.