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April 2024
TY students to sit new road safety course in light of 'horrific' death toll
Protesting teachers call for 'government action, not words' on Gaza during minister's speech
This year
Academic staff vote for industrial action over dispute at technological universities
Teachers' Union to ballot academic staff at technological universities on industrial action
Last year
TUI Head: Greater flexibility needed to tackle staffing crisis in schools
TUI calls for two-year master's in education to be halved to tackle staffing crisis
Mexico flight diverted to Shannon Airport after medical emergency
Tributes paid to ASTI president Miriam Duggan who has died following a short illness
All time
Schools in 'outdated buildings' fear a winter of energy rationing and cold classes
Teachers’ Union of Ireland to hold industrial action ballot in September if pay not improved
'Some teachers get assaulted more than once a week': Review demanded over attacks at schools
Leaving Cert 2022: Teaching unions hit out at 'unhelpful' speculation about hybrid model
'Enormous unease' about schools reopening amid concerns about teacher substitutes, unions say
Schools set to re-open on Thursday as safety measures deemed 'effective and appropriate'
Emergency measures to tackle teacher shortages 'perpetuating unequal pay', say teaching unions
Teachers want 'acknowledgement and investment' rather than pandemic bonus
'I can't sleep at night': Pregnant teachers fear going back to school before they're vaccinated
Leaving Cert 2022: Students will again have more exam choice due to Covid disruption
Teachers' union calls for schools to be kept under 'forensic review' as all students return
Teacher unions to table joint motion over vaccine priority schedule
'It's not a value judgement on any profession' - Education Minister defends change to vaccine prioritisation
Junior Certificate examinations will not go ahead this year, Department confirms
Norma Foley indicates she wants re-opening of schools from March as talks continue
Teachers Union of Ireland will be 'strongly' advising its members to reject new public pay deal
Poll: Should schools close early for Christmas break?
Teachers' union asks government to start school Christmas break a few days earlier
TUI says 'traditional' Junior and Leaving Cert exams must return next year
92% of post-primary teachers say wearing masks makes work more difficult - TUI survey
Teachers call for clarity on position of schools ahead of new restrictions
Coronavirus: Cabinet to discuss rejecting Level 5 recommendation after coalition leaders meet Holohan
Teaching unions query whether schools should remain open if Ireland moves to Level 5
Leaving Cert students can now find out how their school ranked them against classmates
Teachers' union says release of Calculated Grades rank order is a 'fundamental breach of trust'
Travel operator TUI to close a third of high street stores in the UK and Ireland
Social distancing rules mean it's inevitable students won't be back in school full-time - ASTI
'The hypocrisy of it really bothers me': Secondary school teachers on why they're striking today
Teachers' Union 'expects a lot of schools to close' during strike action
Teachers' Union of Ireland 'left with no choice' but to strike next month over 'pay discrimination'
Teachers to be balloted for strike action next month
'There are always consequences': Minister responds to claim teachers may seek pay rise following recommendation on nurses