Pay agreement

A SPECIAL delegate conference of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland is to be held on September 25 to decide its next move in relation to the rejected Croke Park deal.

The union’s executive will decide today what proposals will be put to the meeting. The Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland, whose members also rejected the public service pay agreement, has organised a meeting of its central executive council for tomorrow week to consider talks with the Department of Education.


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