Teachers demand reduction in class size


In Galway today, teachers attending the INTO’s annual Congress called on the Minister for Education and Skills to commit to reducing class size to the EU a...

Teachers demand timely support for pupils with special educational needs


At the INTO’s annual Congress in Galway, primary school teachers have demanded that the Department of Education and Skills put in place an annual mechanism...

Teachers demand a review of workload


Teachers condemn the ever-increasing list of initiatives in schools.

Principals’ payment should reflect staff numbers and workload


School leaders seek resources and remuneration reflective of their increased workload.At the INTO Congress today in Galway, principals and deputy principals ...

Immediate review of pension scheme sought


The three teachers’ unions have called on the Department of Education and Skills to review the new pension scheme offered to teachers.At the INTO Congress ...

Teachers call for leave for reproductive health matters


The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation is the first union in the public service to seek a Statutory Leave for Reproductive Health Related Matters Scheme...

Primary teachers reaffirm commitment to pay equality


Teachers’ union demand a clear pathway which will achieve pay equality for all teachers.At the annual Congress of the Irish National Teachers’ Organisati...

INTO agrees process towards pay equality with Department of Public Expenditure and Reform


INTO is satisfied that new entrants entering the sector from 2015 are paid equally to colleagues who entered the profession prior to the cuts, as a result of...

INTO welcomes delegates and guests from around the world to Congress 2019


Later this afternoon, INTO’s annual Congress will kick off in Galway from 14:00. Delegates from across the country will be welcomed alongside guests from a...