Latest news from TUI
Dec 12 2019, 21:12 TUIThird Level members of the Teachers' Union of Ireland have voted overwhelmingly (92.69%) in favour of industrial action over the refusal of the Official Side to concede TUI's claim to secure a national agreement on the development and delivery of online and digital learning in Institutes of Technology and TU Dublin.
- Revenue defers plan to change flat rate expenses TUI Revenue today announced its decision to defer the implementation of any planned changes to flat rate expenses until 1st January 2021, pending the outcome of a review relating to the tax deductibility of expenses in employment by the Tax Strategy Group (TSG).
- NCCA consultation on the draft specification for languages (Polish, Lithuanian, Portuguese and Mandarin Chinese) TUI The NCCA consultation on thedraft specification for Leaving Certificate Polish, Lithuanian, Portuguese and Mandarin is now open.
- Deepening teacher supply crisis requires immediate and integrated response from Department TUI The Department of Education and Skills has published a document entitled Developing a Teacher Demand and Supply Model for Ireland 2020 – 2036 This document represents an initial set of projections but it is acknowledged by the Department as not purporting to take account of preferred …
- PISA study an endorsement of Irish teachers and students TUI The Teachers' Union of Ireland (TUI) has described the findings of the PISA 2018 study – released this morning – as an endorsement of the work of Irish teachers and students at a time when the country lags far behind internationally in terms of investment in education.
- Removal of substitution limits that apply to those on Career Break TUI Following representation from TUI, the Department of Education and Skills has issued an information note (TTC 001/2019) confirming the removal of the substitution limits that apply to teachers on Career Break for the remainder of the 2019/20 school year.
- National ballot on Online and Digital Learning – Institute of Technology/Technological University Sector TUI National ballot on Online and Digital Learning - Vote ‘YES' to engage in industrial action
- TUI announces intention to take strike action over pay discrimination TUI Members of the Teachers' Union of Ireland (TUI) will take a day's strike action in February – at a date to be decided – over the ongoing failure of the Government to eliminate the scandal of pay discrimination. The Union represents some 19,000 members in second level schools, colleges …
- TUI secures strategic objectives – DkIT strike action planned for Tuesday 19th November lifted TUI Earlier this week, TUI announced that its members in DkIT would take a day's strike on Tuesday, 19th November over a range of concerns.