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InTouch November 2003

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Check the index below for a list of articles published in this issue.



INDEX OF ARTICLES

National and International News
Advice to Schools in Relation to Marking of Children on the Roll; INTO School Modernisation Campaign; New BOM Constitution; Attendance Letter Drafted; Leadership for Learning

Conditions of Employment
New Arrangements for Part-Time and Substitute Teachers; Important Notice for Job Sharers; Educare - Strategic Review

Legal & Industrial Relations
Data Protection

Communications, Principals & Social Inclusion
Supervision - Direct Grants to Schools; 100 Days 100 Ways; Guidelines are not Inflexible; Special Education News

Education
The Primary School Curriculum Online; Consultative Conference on Education

Equality
DES Publishes Equality Booklet for Schools; Equal Opportunities Policy Template on INTO Website

Student Members
Primary Teaching Promoted at Higher Options Events; Meeting between INTO and Students' Unions

Media Report
Class sizes time to act; Physical Education in Primary Schools; Putting Children First; Public Private Partnerships and School Buildings

Central Executive Committee - Head Office News
Creggs Building the Future; Rules Review

INTO Website and Members' CD
INTO Members' Handbook CD - Downloading advice for Adobe Acrobat Reader

Northern Ireland News
Annual Earning Limit (AEL) Change Affects Teachers; Holiday Pay Ruling; Complaints Procedure Must Protect Teachers; INTO Slams Sectarian Violence; Small Schools - The Role of the Teaching Principal; Primary Movement; Monitoring and Surveillance; Teachers' Pay Unlawful?; INTO Welcomes Proposal to End KS3 Testing

INTO Principals' and Deputy Principals' Consultative Conference
The Concerns of Principals are Shared by All; The Future Development of In School Management in Schools; The Management of Special Education in Mainstream Schools; The Future of Small Schools; Policies and Planning

Teacher to Teacher
Pressured Principals; Effective Leaders Inspire; Why Are Some Principals Handing Back the Keys?