ASTI members reject ‘Outcome of Talks’ proposals
02 February 2017
ASTI members have voted to reject the ‘Outcome of Talks’ proposals. In a ballot of the union’s 18,300 members, members voted by 52.5% to 47.5% to reject the proposals from the Department of Education and Skills.
Psychosocial hazards are the greatest occupational threat for teachers, says ASTI President
25 January 2017
Psychosocial hazards are the greatest occupational threat facing teachers, ASTI President Ed Byrne said today:
“Psychosocial hazards are by far the greatest threat facing teachers during their working lives. Despite the...
Forced redundancy of ASTI members will be met with strike ballot, says ASTI President
16 January 2017
If the Government uses FEMPI legislation to make ASTI teachers redundant the union will immediately ballot its membership on industrial action, ASTI President Ed Byrne said today.
Mr Byrne said the threat to make ASTI teachers...
‘Threats made to ASTI members will have implications for industrial relations in Ireland’ – ASTI leader
12 January 2017
The use of Financial Emergency in the Public Interest legislation and other measures against members of the ASTI is profoundly disturbing and will have a long-lasting negative impact on the conduct of normal industrial relations...
Ireland’s 15-year-olds high performers in international study
06 December 2016
The results for Ireland in the OECD PISA report 2015 show second-level students performing near the top of the world in reading literacy and significantly above average in science and maths.
The OECD PISA 2015 report compares...