OECD Report Advocates Increased Fees, More Inequality
Reviews of A Primer of Libertarian Education
Why are they still
running our schools?
It's taken decades for the mask of evil to finally be fully exposed. The report by the inquiry into child sexual abuse by pervert priests in the Ferns diocese has at last exposed the suffering endured by huge numbers for people.
Sacking - Union Failed To Act
This dismissal raises many questions for teachers about the role of religion in Irish primary education. Even further it raises serious issues for INTO members about the failure of the union to defend its members from bullying and intimidation by the unaccountable 'owners' of the schools in which we work
teachers show the way but we need solidarity, not 'special
The secondary teachers took more than a few politicians by surprise. Regarded as the most conservative of the three teachers' unions, they were not expected to be leading a movement to break the PPF wage limits. Yet, that is exactly what they have done.
and 'cliques' ?? [May 2002]
The ASTI dispute as seen through the eyes of ICTU
College SIPTU 
Spy Cameras and pensions that give you no money were on the agenda when the SIPTU members in Trinity College met for their annual general meeting in March.
We all want early
On Tuesday May 23rd, approximately 15,000 teachers marched through Dublin as part of their campaign for early retirement.
April 17th 2001 - Tackling the
An article by WSM member Gregor Kerr originally written for 'Teachers United Bulletin' which is being distributed at the Teachers trade union conferences this week