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An ASTI protest outside Leinster House in 2016. Photograph: Eric Luke

The ASTI ballot result means all three main teaching unions have now voted to reject the new public service pay agreement, potentially leaving the doo(...)

Public service management  wants to review premium payments given to those who currently work on Saturdays

The Government is seeking extra productivity and work-practice changes from the State’s civil and public servants in return for a new pay deal. Brief(...)

 Catherine Greene, Michelle Greene and Keith Conway from Wicklow  at the TUI  conference   in Cork city. Photograph:  Daragh McSweeney/Provision

The various teaching unions have all made it clear they want the Government to provide pay parity for teachers appointed on lower salary scales after (...)

Minister for Education Richard Bruton: says   there is no way of managing current crisis. Photograph: Eric Luke

Matching the number of qualified teachers to the needs of schools and to available jobs is not an exact science, but the degree to which it is going w(...)

Seamus Ó Maonaigh (left) with fellow teachers outside Pobalscoil Neasáin in Baldoyle. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Seamus Ó Maonaigh was one of many secondary school teachers who went to school yesterday, available to teach their students. The Mayo native, who tea(...)

Mountmellick Community School  put a contingency plan in place allowing it to reopen after the midterm break. File photograph: Google Street View

Mountmellick Community School in Co Laois put a contingency plan in place allowing it to reopen after the midterm today, despite half its staff being (...)

Minister for Education Richard Bruton has said the teachers’ deal reached with the INTO and TUI will cost about €20 million. File photograph: Stephen Shepherd/The Image Bank/Getty Images

Recently recruited teachers will receive a pay boost of €2,000 over the next year or so while rent allowance to the value of €4,000 will be restored f(...)

ASTI protest: The Department of Education said that penalties, which were provided for under financial emergency legislation (Fempi Act) introduced last year, would be applied to teachers in voluntary secondary schools as the ASTI was the representative union in this sector. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Department of Education has instructed school managers to immediately impose financial and other penalties on members of the ASTI for repudiating(...)

The Haddington Road deal formally expires on Thursday night, leaving employer unions and staff associations  outside a collective agreement. Photograph: Getty Images

Gardaí and second-level teachers, like the bulk of public servants, receive regular incremental pay rises as they move along in their careers. And whi(...)

Other unions which have accepted, with great reluctantce, unpalatable measures of their own under the various agreements will be watching carefully to see how the Government now deals with the ASTI. Photograph:  Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The decisive vote by second level teachers who are members of the ASTIto cease carrying out 33 additional hours per year agreed as part of the origina(...)

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