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Early intervention and resources needed for primary and special schools challenges

05/07/2022

The Irish National Teacher’s Organisation (INTO) appeared before the Joint Committee on Autism today, represented by Máirín Ní Chéileachair, Director of Education, Research & Learning and David O’Sullivan,...

INTO publishes submission on anti-bullying procedures

04/07/2022

The INTO has welcomed the opportunity to make a submission to the Department of Education (DE) on the topic of the Review of the 2013 Action Plan on Bullying and the review of the 2013 Anti- bullying Procedures...

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INTO publishes submission on draft maths curriculum

01/07/2022

As part of the consultation process on the Primary Maths curriculum, the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) has today published our submission to the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment...

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