The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) is calling for next week’s Budget to reverse cuts which have been most damaging to marginalised students. TUI has identified cuts to guidance counselling provision and middle management positions such as year head as having been particularly damaging within the school community.
TUI members have voted in a ballot to accept proposals for Junior Cycle reform following negotiations between the unions and the Department of Education and Skills.
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) today congratulated students on their Junior Certificate achievements and urged them to stay on and complete a Leaving Certificate programme.
The Executive Committee of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) today decided to recommend that members accept the negotiated Junior Cycle proposals in an upcoming ballot.
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) today congratulated students who received a CAO offer. Those who did not yet receive an offer should not to be disheartened, the union said.
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) today congratulated students on their Leaving Certificate results. The union is advising students to look at furthering their education in those areas of greatest interest to them.
Annette Dolan Deputy General Secretary Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) in reacting to the announcement that Michael Kelly’s report to the Minister for Education and Skills was being published today stated:
Following further discussions between representatives of the ASTI and TUI and the Department of Education and Skills over recent weeks, both sides signed off on a document on time and workload issues that arise in the context of the implementation of the revised Junior Cycle proposals.
A major new study involving almost 1,200 academics calls for ‘significantly increased and sustained levels of investment’ and increased staffing levels to meet continued growth in student numbers. Almost three-quarters of respondents feel their working conditions are deteriorating.
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The Executive Committee of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) has decided to recommend that members reject the new pay agreement proposals.
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) has wished all students the best of luck ahead of this year’s Leaving and Junior Certificate examinations.
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) is highlighting that it fully supports a YES vote in Friday’s Marriage Equality referendum.
“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) 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.’
The figures reported in today’s Irish Times regarding teachers reporting for work on strike days are simply wrong. The Department of Education and Skills has confirmed to the TUI that the figures are incorrect.