It is bitterly disappointing that seven years after the introduction of discriminatory pay scales in teaching, this unacceptable discrimination continues for thousands of teachers
ASTI President Breda Lynch has sent a message of congratulations to all students receiving their Junior Certificate results today
The OECD report Education at a Glance 2018, published today, finds Ireland in joint last place out of 33 countries for investment in education as a percentage of GDP.
Meeting this week in Dublin, the presidents of the ASTI, INTO and TUI denounced the delay in reaching agreement in the ongoing talks with the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform
Students receiving their Leaving Certificate results tomorrow should take time to consider all the opportunities before them, ASTI President Breda Lynch has said.
The teacher shortage crisis facing schools next year will only be resolved when the pay inequality experienced by new and recently qualified teachers is addressed, the new ASTI President Breda Lynch said today.
In a message to over 120,967 students beginning their Leaving and Junior Cert written exams from tomorrow (Wednesday, June 6), ASTI President Ger Curtin urged students to keep things in perspective over the coming weeks
A Cork teacher will receive the 2018 ASTI Honorary Life Membership Award in recognition of her exceptional service to the union at a reception in Dublin tonight.
A Donegal teacher will receive the 2018 ASTI Honorary Life Membership Award in recognition of his exceptional service to the union at a reception in Dublin tonight.
Maeve Clancy from Oughterard, Galway will be presented with the 2018 ASTI Annual Scholarship Award at a reception in Dublin tonight.