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RSE review published by NCCA

11/12/2019

The report, published today, will inform the review of the primary curriculum in the area of Social, Personal, Health Education (SPHE). At present there are no proposals for changes to the SPHE curriculum...

INTO researchers awarded John Coolahan research bursary

11/12/2019

The John Coolahan Research Support Framework marks the immense contribution of Professor John Coolahan to the field of education at home and abroad....

Teaching Council Elections 2020

09/12/2019

Ever thought about serving on the Teaching Council? The current term for teachers serving on the council comes to an end in March 2020...

Have your say – complete our equality survey

09/12/2019

We are seeking your views with regard to LGBT+ issues for teachers in our schools, the prevention of homophobic and transphobic bullying, understanding gender non-conformity and how LGBT+ identities can be included in our curriculum...

Time for political leadership to end pay inequality

06/12/2019

We urge government to show political leadership at this juncture. The government must acknowledge that the unfair treatment of new entrant teachers has to end...

Declared candidates for national committee elections (member-only)

06/12/2019

The list below contains the names of candidates who have given notice to the General Secretary of their intention to seek nomination at the January 2020...

Government U-turn on Flat-Rate Expenses

05/12/2019

This morning, Revenue has announced a significant u-turn on plans to abolish flat-rate expenses for teachers from 1 January 2020...

Voices of Darndale – Powerful message to Minister McHugh that it’s #TimeForDEIS

05/12/2019

INTO launch campaign to stand up for disadvantaged pupils. It's #TimeforDEIS ...

OLCS Christmas deadlines for sub pay

04/12/2019

Deadlines for inputting substitute payment claims on the OLCS and the relevant payment dates over the Christmas period are below...

Strong showing for Ireland in PISA study

03/12/2019

The latest results from the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) were released today. PISA takes place every three years and measures fifteen-year olds’ ability...