Teachers oppose Leaving Cert reform which requires extra work

‘Threats to us as workers are likely to emerge during this process,’ conference hears

Teachers have flagged their opposition to any reform of the senior cycle which requires them to mark their own students.

Teachers have flagged their opposition to any reform of the senior cycle which requires them to mark their own students.

Teachers have flagged their opposition to any reform of the senior cycle which requires them to mark their own students or take on any additional workload, and reiterated their demand that the Leaving Cert remain State-certified.

Speaking at the Teachers’ Union of Ireland conference in Killarney, Gerry Quinn, a teacher from the Laois branch, said that these demands should be non-negotiable.

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