They will also discuss whether or not to take up an invitation from education secretary Gillian Shephard to meet her over the issue.
In a paper prepared for the association, AMA education officer Alan Parker says:
'Although the teachers' pay increase is very reasonable in the light of the difficult and demanding work which teachers undertake and pay inflation, the fact remains that this is the second successive teachers' pay settlement which has not been funded by the government.
Mr Parker will also remind the committee that in the past, chancellor Kenneth Clarke has been far less opposed to finding extra money for teachers' pay than he seems to be at the moment. He is recalling Mr Clarke's ability as education secretary to find the additional £60m required to fund the pay increase in 1992.