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Unions to survey school job cutbacks

Teachers’ unions will survey their members in the first two weeks of the new school year to gauge the impact of budget cutbacks in schools. The Association of Secondary Teachers in Ireland (ASTI) is to hold regional meetings to assess how cuts to sta

22nd August, 2009

Teachers’ unions will survey their members in the first two weeks of the new school year to gauge the impact of budget cutbacks in schools. The Association of Secondary Teachers in Ireland (ASTI) is to hold regional meetings to assess how cuts to staffing and funding are affecting its members in 550 second-level schools across the country. The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) will also carry out a survey of its members in 3,300 primary...

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