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Minister for Education  Richard Bruton: various measures taken by the Government meant it had gone about 75 per cent of the way towards restoring pay equality for teachers appointed since 2011. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Primary school teachers are expected to reject the draft public service pay agreement in a ballot due to be completed on Thursday, in what would be a (...)

The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation  and Teachers’ Union of Ireland executives have already recommended to their members that they reject the deal. Photograph; Getty Images

The country’s biggest secondary school teachers’ union looks set to recommend to its members that they reject the proposed public sector pay deal. Th(...)

File photo of ASTI members taking part in a protest in November 2016. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Campaigners against the proposed new public service agreement have urged State employees to vote against the draft deal and said union negotiators sho(...)

The Junior Cert materials technology (wood) exam was worth just a third of marks, with the remainder resting on practical work completed by students earlier in the year. Photo: iStock

The Junior Cert woodwork exam papers were fair and well-structured to reward students with a wide knowledge of the syllabus, according to teachers. T(...)

The executive of the Irish Nurses and Midwives’ Organisation has deferred until the end of a month a final decision on whether to recommend the proposed pay accord to members in a forthcoming ballot. File photograph: Getty Images

More than 1,000 clerical staff are to be placed on a higher pay scale as part of a series of side deals agreed by the Government in tandem with the dr(...)

The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation joins the  Teachers’ Union of Ireland in recommending rejection of the pay deal

Primary school teachers look set to reject the proposed public sector pay deal under which 300,000 State employees would see an increase of between 6.(...)

Junior cert students from left; Elizabeth Constantineanu, Sureksha Sukumaran and Aisling Incze  at Mount Carmel Secondary School, King’s Inns Street, Dublin.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Junior Cert students who who sat their second Irish exam of the day faced a much more challenging paper which required a wide and flexible vocabulary,(...)

The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) has expressed extreme disappointment that the proposed new public service agreement does not tackle the issue of (...)

Unions have reacted cautiously to the proposed pay deal with teachers organistions saying they are disappointed.

Minister for Public Expenditure Paschal Donohoe has said the proposed public sector pay deal is “in line with what is affordable to the State”. It is (...)

Primary and secondary teaching are very different beasts and primary teachers have a lot more flexibility within the curriculum. Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty Images

Teaching in Ireland is a very different ball game to in the United States or United Kingdom. Here, teaching is a very prestigious profession and the p(...)

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