A Jersey deputy has called for a vote of no confidence in the board that oversees public workers' pay.
Teachers in the National Education Union are striking this week, in an ongoing dispute with the States Employment Board (SEB) over their latest pay offer.
Head teachers and deputy head teachers have accepted the three-year pay offer negotiated with the island's government
The SEB said it will make a better offer to teachers next month.
Deputy Geoff Southern's vote of no confidence in the board is due to be debated on 4 June.
The strikes are still going ahead today and tomorrow.