Saturday, September 20, 2014
Minister for Education Ruairí Quinn has extended funding for the new book rental scheme to include all primary schools.
In January, Mr Qu(...)
Parents are to receive special training as part of a crackdown on bullying, it has emerged. Adults will be expected to teach children about the proble(...)
Imagine being the only person to respond to your own newspaper appeal? This was the rather dispiriting situation that Seán Keane found himself in duri(...)
The proportion of public expenditure on education fell fell from 13.7 per cent to 9.7 per cent in the decade between 2000 and 2010 according to stati(...)
The construction union Batu has become the latest to accept the proposed new Haddington Road agreement on public service pay.Members of the union, whi(...)
The leadership of the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) said it will be recommending their members accept the revised Croke Park II (...)
The executive of the ASTI has decided to accept the invitation of the Labour Relations Commission to enter new talks on the Government’s plans to r(...)
National teachers have overwhelmingly backed proposals for industrial action in schools, up to and including strikes, if the Government unilate(...)
Teachers at primary, secondary and third level are to ballot for industrial action in protest at proposed pay cuts.
The decision to hold (...)
The head of the country’s largest union, Siptu, has warned of a major mutually destructive confrontation if the Government mov(...)
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