In September 2015, TUI members voted by a margin of 69% to 31% to accept negotiated Junior Cycle proposals.
The negotiated document which members were balloted on provides for reinstatement of a fully externally assessed, state certified Junior Certficate examination.
In addition, 'professional time' is provided - within timetable - for Junior Cycle teachers (From 2017/18, each full-time teacher will have a class-contact time reduction of 40 minutes per week).
Therefore, TUI's key objectives were attained.
Newest item: Click here to view Circular Letter 15/2017
, Arrangements for implementation of the Framework for Junior Cycle with particular reference to school years 2017/18 and 2018/19. (Please note: This supersedes Circular Letter 24/2016, entitled 'Arrangements for implementation of the Framework for Junior Cycle with particular reference to school years 2015/16 and 2016/17.')
Newest item: Download a letter
from TUI Head Office that clarifies some common misconceptions about Junior Cycle reform (November 2016)
to download a poster outlining, in brief, the key achievements of the union's successful Junior Cycle campaign.
to view a letter from TUI Head Office to Branch Officers and Workplace Representatives on Junior Cycle Implementation (September 2016)
Documents on which TUI members were balloted:
to view Appendix to Joint Statement on Principles and Implementation: Professional Time to Support Implementation.
to view Junior Cycle Reform: Joint Statement on Principles and Implementation.