The two largest teachers' unions in England and Wales are to outline plans for strike action later today.
In July, the NUT and NASUWT unions announced they would hold a one-day national strike, as well as rolling regional strikes in September and October. They have not stated the exact dates of the strikes.
Both unions are in a dispute with the government over pay, conditions and pensions.
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