INTO summer courses – last chance to register


The INTO Summer Course Programme is due to open on Monday, 1 July, providing high-quality professional development to thousands of teachers. This year’s programme offers a broad range of courses across a variety of formats including three face-to-face and 11 online asynchronous courses.

Launch of INTO’s pre-budget submission well received by politicians


The INTO’s pre-budget submission was formally launched at our annual national lobby day in Dublin on Wednesday, 12 June.

INTO Deputy General Secretary urges Irish government to take leadership on sanctions against Israel


INTO Deputy General Secretary Deirdre O’Connor is due to deliver a short speech on behalf of the workers of Ireland at the International Labour Conference in Geneva.

Stand With Palestine – INTO member action!


On Wednesday 5 June, workplaces and trade unions around Ireland are asked to support the people of Palestine.

Education Unions unite to tackle educational disadvantage in Northern Ireland


In a landmark move towards fostering unity and progress, education unions from both sides of the Irish border have embarked on an INTO-inspired initiative to deepen connections between the island's education systems.

Poll: 88% Demand Affordable Homes; Highlights Teacher Concerns


A new poll from Ireland Thinks has found that 88% of voters favour government prioritising the delivery of homes that are affordable for all, while 90% believe local authorities and the State must play a far greater role in the building and provision of homes.

INTO Bursary Scheme now accepting applications


The INTO Bursary Scheme for members will be continued for 2024. Up to six bursaries will be awarded with awards of €3,000 for Doctorate Level and €1,500 for Masters Level/Other.

Department publishes Circular 0043/2024 detailing teacher pay increase


The Department of Education has published Circular 0043/2024, outlining the latest pay uplift for teachers effective from 1 June 2024.

Supplementary panel comes into operation in some areas


The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation wishes to advise our members that the Department of Education has issued the latest panel update. There are currently 30 teachers awaiting redeployment on the main panel.