Hundreds of teachers across Kent and Medway are striking again today in their ongoing row with the government over pay.

It will be the second time in a month that the National Education Union has "regretfully" pulled its members out of classrooms, leaving some schools forced to close or cancel classes.

They are due to take part in a protest rally in Canterbury from 11.30am, starting off at the Westgate Gardens.

On February 1, members of the NEU supported the first teaching strike in decades, with an overwhelming number of teachers and educational professionals flocking to the streets of the city to protest.

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