Talks between unions and the Government on a proposed new pay agreement have concluded.
The following resolution was adopted at TUI’s Annual Congress in 2015 in relation to TTIP:
On May 22nd, TUI's Executive Committee and ASTI's Central Executive Council decided (at separate meetings) that the latest Junior Cycle proposals form the basis for a ballot of TUI and ASTI members.
Click below to download the TUI News Ballot Special on the Third Level Ballots on Overtime Ban and Compliance with the established Academic Calendar
TUI News Ballot Special
The second-level teacher unions the ASTI and the TUI are to ballot their members on the new Junior Cycle proposals.
“A proposal to resolve the dispute over Junior Cycle reform has been agreed between the Department and the leadership of the second-level teaching unions. The leadership of the ASTI and the TUI, along with Minister O'Sullivan, have committed their support and strong endorsement to these clearly stated proposals, outlined in a document entitled “Junior Cycle Reform: Joint Statement on Principles and Implementation.”
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) is highlighting that it fully supports a YES vote in Friday’s Marriage Equality referendum.
Following an exchange of letters between TUI/ASTI and the Minister for Education and Skills on May 14th, it was agreed that meetings between both sides should be convened. An exploratory meeting was held on May 15th and a further meeting was held today, Tuesday May 19th.
The Teaching Council is in the process of sending out mailers to post-primary teachers who are registered with the condition of Post Qualification Employment (PQE) due to expire in December 2015 . This includes a Conditions Status Form which asks teachers to indicate their stage in the PQE process.
On Thursday April 9th, TUI’s Congress passed an emergency motion to fully support a YES vote in the upcoming Marriage Equality Referendum in the context of the TUI's commitment to equality for all.
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The latest issue features a full review of Congress 2015 and also explains how the the Ward Report will benefit fixed-term/temporary and part time teachers.
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) has described an international report which ranks 15-year-old Irish students 15th out of 76 countries in terms of achievement in maths and science as an ‘emphatic endorsement of the work carried out on a daily basis in Irish schools.’
27,000 teachers send message to Minister for Education:
Click here for a letter sent to Workplace Representatives regarding the Junior Cycle lunchtime protest which will take place on Thursday 7th May.
The finalised version of Circular 0026/2015 on the advance preparations for the commencement of the statutory requirements for Garda vetting has issued.