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Empowering Change: Insights and Challenges at the INTO Special Education Symposium 2024


Around 400 teachers gathered in Portlaoise on Saturday, 24 February, for the INTO Symposium on Special Education, engaging in discussions about the provision of special education in Ireland.

Largest mobilisation of union members in decades to take place for Trade Union Week 


The Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) has today (14.02.24) announced Ireland’s first Trade Union Week, which will take place between 29 April and 6 May 2024.

Nominations for President, Vice President and National Committees


The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) wishes to advise members of the following nominations received by the union for the positions of President, Vice President and National Committees for...

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  • Circular 0022/2024
    Date: 26/02/2024 / Format: PDF / Size: 615.64KB
    Policy on Gaeltacht Education - Invitation to Primary Schools in Gaeltacht Language Planning Areas to Consider Joining the Gaeltacht School Recognition Scheme.
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    Gaeltacht School Recognition Scheme: Continued Implementation of the Scheme (2024/25) in Primary Schools and Special Schools.

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