Scotland's largest teaching union is urging its members to reject a "final" pay offer, as a ballot gets under way.
Members of the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) will begin voting just days after thousands of teachers marched through Glasgow in support of a 10% pay rise.
The government and councils have offered 3% with some grades receiving bigger increases.
The union has described the offer as "smoke and mirrors" and "divisive".
The EIS claims teachers' pay has fallen by more than a fifth in real terms over the past decade…