Given the collective bargaining that results from a collective agreement respected by the ILO/UNESCO, the deadlines for negotiating and concluding the 2021/2023 collective agreement for public service teachers are fast, as the financial component must be accounted for and taken into account in the government`s 2021/2022 financial estimates. In his appeal to the Court of Appeal, Knut complains that the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) failed to comply with the withdrawal agreement from all court disputes as a precondition for the negotiation and conclusion of the collective agreement (CBA). “The call is indeed an attempt at predictability and clarity and stability in the labour sector. It is not a competition with the union. The biggest fear for teachers is section 3.3 of the current CBA (2017/2021), which states in part: “This agreement remains in force and binds all parties until a new CBA is negotiated.” This means that if TSC does not agree to negotiations with teachers for a new CBA, the parties will continue to use the old agreement, which is already the subject of serious controversy, after the Commission said it would use two parallel pay slips in the public education service. According to the collective agreement signed by the teachers in 2016, the implementation cycle is underway since it was planned between 2017 and 2021. The Commission notes that, in addition to the extension of the fee scales for tutors in the teachers` scale 13, the T 12 scale and the T 9 scale. . . .