Result of teachers’ vote on industrial action due this week
ASTI members balloted on a series of health and safety issues
The outcome of a ballot on potential strike action by members of the Association of Secondary Teachers in Ireland (ASTI) will be known later this week. The union decided in September to ballot its members on a series of health and safety issues which it said had emerged since schools had reopened.
Members were asked if they were “willing to take industrial action up to and including strike action” if the Department of Education failed...
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