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Second level teachers today protested outside school gates around the country to highlight their concerns over proposed changes to the Junior Cycle programme. The protest was organised by second level unions ASTI and TUI, which...
Twenty-seven thousand second-level teachers will be balloted on non-cooperation with new Junior Cycle proposals this March.
The second-level teacher unions the ASTI and the TUI are objecting to aspects of Junior Cycle proposals...
ASTI General Secretary Pat King said today’s report on the retention rates of students in second-level schools is a success story for the Irish education system:
“The fact that Irish second-level schools have one of the...
The ASTI is to ballot its 17,000 members on the Junior Cycle reform proposals.
The decision follows a meeting of the union’s Central Executive Council which expressed the view that the proposals include a number of...
Junior Cycle meeting fails to address teachers’ concerns
-Teacher unions to consider balloting on proposed Junior Cycle changes
Second level teacher union representatives have expressed grave disappointment after attending a...