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The motion, widely expected to be approved, could mean teachers refuse to prepare or invigilate for the exams next year.
The pay dispute has disrupted exams at 40 per cent of British universities, with lecturers refusing to set, mark and invigilate papers.
A lot of classroom time is taken up with revision, mocks and teachers having to invigilate exams.
Asked whether the Government would take action to stop a boycott going ahead, Mr Balls said that, although head teachers were legally obliged to invigilate Sats, it was not "simply about legal obligations".
They may want people to invigilate exams, or show visitors around campus on open days: extra money for just a few hours' work
D Rigby, of St Helens, agrees: "I wanted to say how amusing I thought Valerie Hill's piece (Daily Post, July 28) was about having to invigilate a children's Cycling Proficiency Test when she wanted to go shopping in the Trafford Centre.
Thousands of students across the region are in the grip of exam chaos due to lecturers' refusals to set, invigilate or mark papers.
The conditions of the order mean that he is not allowed to invigilate in any public exams until he undertakes appropriate training and provides evidence of such to the GTC.
In addition, from September 2005, teachers should not be required to invigilate external examinations.
It is now illegal for teachers to be asked to cover exams in Welsh schools - but head teachers have spoken of their fears that paying extra staff to invigilate will stretch under-pressure budgets to breaking point.
Most public sector workers might think the wage rise on offer was rather generous, but not the lecturers at Birmingham and Aston Universities who voted to take industrial action by refusing to set, mark and invigilate exams.