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A major breakthrough has been secured by second level unions ASTI and TUI which will provide job security to temporary/ part-time teachers after just two years. The unions have described the recommendations of an expert group established as part of the Haddington Road Agreement as a significant step in the right direction in tackling the problem of casualisation of the profession.
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) today congratulated students on their achievements and urged them to stay on and complete a Leaving Certificate programme. 60,237 students received their results today.
The latest OECD Education At a Glance report outlines that Irish teachers teach longer hours at second level than their international counterparts. They also continue to earn less than those with similar qualifications and experience in other sectors in Ireland.
The inspectorate of the Department of Education and Skills are currently recruiting post-primary inspectors in a range of subjects. The posts include inspectors of art, construction and technology, guidance, history, mathematics, Spanish and special education. Further details are available here by selecting 'Education' in the job category bar.
TUI is currently carrying out a survey into the experiences of English teachers of the first round of in-service for the new Junior Cycle programme. We would be very grateful if you could spend approximately ten minutes filling out the enclosed survey on Survey Monkey.