Unions plan strike action
Teachers are planning strike action in protest at changes to their pay and conditions.
Unions say their members will walk out on October 1.
Members of leading teachers' unions, the NUT and NASUWT, are to take part in the national walk-out.
It comes amid claims Education Secretary Michael Gove refused to "genuinely engage" with representatives of the profession.
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The two unions' combined membership covers nine out of ten teachers in the UK.
As well as the introduction of performance-related pay, there are also plans to reduce pension contributions.
A number of regional rallies are planned, with Lincolnshire teaching staff invited to attend protest gatherings in Nottingham and Sheffield.
A further rally at an unconfirmed location between Hull and Lincoln is also a possibility.
A spokesman for Lincolnshire County Council said in a statement that it was up to individual schools to make preparations to deal with staff absences.