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Leaving Certificate not a final stop - TUI

By piofficer Wednesday, 16th August 2017 | 0 comments
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) has congratulated students on their Leaving Certificate results and advised them to look at continuing their education in areas that they are passionate about.

FEMPI legislation must be repealed

By piofficer Monday, 10th July 2017 | 0 comments
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) has again called for immediate repeal of the Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Act (FEMPI) legislation. The union has campaigned against the emergency legislation in a variety of fora since its imposition.
The Executive Committee of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) this evening unanimously decided to recommend rejection of the draft Public Service Stability Agreement.
The Executive Committee of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) will meet this evening to discuss the proposed new public service agreement which was finalised between union and Government representatives early this morning.
Click here to download TUI President Joanne Irwin's response to Minister Richard Bruton's address. Wednesday, 19th April 2017.

General Secretary's Address to Congress 2017

By TUI Tuesday, 18th April 2017 | 0 comments
In a wide ranging address to 500 delegates in Cork this afternoon, Teachers' Union of Ireland (TUI) General Secretary John MacGabhann tackled a number of issues relating to education and industrial relations including the campaign for pay equalisation, the funding crisis in Institutes of Technology and workload issues affecting members.
Almost 30% of recent entrants to post-primary teaching believe it is unlikely or very unlikely that they will still be in the profession in ten years’ time, according to the findings of a new survey by the Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI). The union is calling for an acceleration of pay parity and an end to discrimination against younger teachers.
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) has called for the application of a 1% levy on corporate profits to tackle the funding crisis afflicting the Irish higher education sector.
Commenting on the publication of today’s Action Plan for Education 2017, the Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) drew attention to the ongoing damage caused by education cutbacks and stated that any new initiatives must be underpinned by the required resourcing.
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) today warned that progress cannot be made on the development of technological universities unless the serious concerns of its members in the Institute of Technology sector are addressed.
A €1,000 pay restoration on annualised salaries (ie salaries exclusive of allowances) up to €65,000, which was originally due for payment from 1st September 2017 under the Lansdowne Road Agreement (LRA), has been brought forward by five months and will now be paid from 1st April 2017.
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) has described the findings of the PISA 2015 study as an endorsement of the high quality work of Irish teachers and students at a time of hugely damaging cuts to education. In all three areas which were examined, the scores of Irish students were significantly above the OECD average.
Following an invitation issued on 8th November by the Chair of the Teachers’ Conciliation Council (TCC) to ASTI, INTO, TUI, the Department of Education and Skills and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, TUI engaged with the other parties in discussions on a range of issues in recent weeks.

Teachers demand equal pay for equal work at Dáil rally

By piofficer Thursday, 27th October 2016 | 0 comments
Teachers demand equal pay for equal work at Dáil rally

Pay parity issue demands timely resolution - TUI

By piofficer Monday, 24th October 2016 | 0 comments
The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) has reiterated that pay parity remains its highest priority. The union is demanding a timeframe for parity as a matter of urgency as its campaign continues.

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