Tags : Sheila Nunan

€2,000 pay rise for newly qualified teachers after starting salary cuts
Majority of union and lobby group bosses refuse to disclose salaries
Government ‘working hard’ to provide young with options
Unions less than impressed by education’s answer to Action Man
Forget honours maths, primary schools need changes that will really add up for pupils
Ruairi Quinn: Deal to equalise payscale ‘in near future’
Education Minister Angers Primary Teachers By Demanding High Standards
Ruairi Quinn’s comments about ‘feminisation of education’ go down like lead balloon
Honours maths to become mandatory for primary teachers
Ruairi Quinn: Controversial pay cuts for young teachers to be reversed
Class sizes to soar as Quinn aims for €100m in cutbacks
Education campaigners concerned about possible cuts
INTO expects restoration of teachers’ pay rates
INTO vote to accept deal in dramatic ballot U-turn
Primary teachers vote to accept Haddington Road proposals
Teachers ‘know pay negotiations will end up in compromise’
Primary teachers call for number of training places to be cut
Teachers slam ‘out of touch’ Quinn
Teacher Union General Secretaries Preview 2013 Conferences
Teachers being educated to work abroad – INTO’s Sheila Nunan