Hastings teachers will drop the textbooks on December 5 as they attend a statewide NSW Teacher's Federation stop-work meeting.
The meeting, broadcast live will be held on Thursday from 8.45am to distribute the latest report on salary negotiations between the Department of Education and Federation senior officers, according to a statement from the NSW Teacher's Federation website.
Federation members will have a period of time to debate and vote on recommendations put to the meeting.
Hastings locations holding the broadcast include Laurieton Serviceman's Club, Port Macquarie Panthers and Wauchope Country Club.
During the broadcast, fewer staff members will be onsite to supervise students in schools from 8.30am to 10.30am.
A NSW Department of Education spokesman said schools will operate as normal on Thursday, December 5.
"All students will be supervised during the NSW Teacher's Federation meeting," he said.
A Federation statement released on November 23 stated that negotiations to achieve a new Teachers and Related Employees Salaries and Conditions Award have been continuing since their commencement at the beginning of term four.
"There has been progress on a range of matters identified by Federation decision-making bodies as priorities to be addressed in these Award negotiations," it said.
"Despite lengthy and detailed negotiations, the salary anomaly affecting pre-2016 teachers has not yet been resolved."
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