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TUI general secretary John MacGabhann: ‘If an idea has merit and is worth pursuing, it will survive the tests we apply and we can support it.’ Photograph: Tommy Clancy

The Government must enter into real negotiations with teachers on proposed Senior Cycle reforms, or else risk them failing, the Teachers Union of Irel(...)

Delegates display their votes at the ASTI’s annual convention in Cork last year. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

When Minister for Education Joe McHugh arrives at teachers’ conferences this week, he will find a profession highly exercised about a number of key is(...)

School principals are often left holding the ultimate responsibility for its implementation. Photograph: iStock

I’m principal of a secondary school and feel frustrated over changes to the timing of the Leaving Cert and CAO offers. The longer exam period and earl(...)

A TUI lunchtime protest outside Greenhills College, Dublin, over pay inequality last year. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Half of secondary schools are struggling with unfilled teaching vacancies in key subjects such as Irish, maths and science, according to a new survey.(...)

Minister for Education Joe McHugh said that there is “unfinished business” to be addressed on the issue of pay equality. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Teachers’ unions are threatening industrial action if the Government does not make a firm commitment over the coming days to restore pay equality for (...)

Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty

Pre-tax profits at the Irish arm of travel firm, TUI last year declined by 11 per ent to £4.1 million (€4.75 million). New accounts filed by the Germ(...)

‘The ASTI has repeatedly refused to amend the wording of its advice, particularly in relation to teachers’ responsibilities to  provide for students with disabilities,’ said Adam Harris of the AsIAm charity. Photograph: iStock

Teachers who refuse to support children with special needs on foot of advice from their trade union could be subject to “fitness to teach” complaints.(...)

US stocks sank on fears that the United States and China would not be able to reach a trade deal with less than a month left in their fragile truce.Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

European shares fell sharply on Thursday, ending a seven-session run of gains as a batch of worrying trading updates in a wide range of sectors, and t(...)

A total of 80 per cent of TUI members at Cork Institute of Technology (above) and 68 per cent of members at IT Tralee voted in favour of the merger.

Cork Institute of Technology and IT Tralee look set to apply to become a technological university within weeks after lecturing staff voted to support (...)

Irish has emerged as the subject where teacher shortages are most acute at second level in a new survey.

Irish is the subject where teacher shortages are most acute at second level, a new survey has found. The poll of principals and deputy principals at (...)

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