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Teachers Union tells members not to work on predicted Leaving Cert grades

One of the country's largest teachers unions has cast doubt on plans for predicted grades for the 2020 Leaving Cert by telling its members...

New website launched to help teachers support students online

A new website has been launched to support Primary and Post-Primary teachers who are teaching classes online during the current crisis. ‘Teacher Support’ was created...

Galway academics awarded funding for project to turn teachers into researchers

A group of researchers from Galway have been awarded funding for a three year project to improve on teachers research skills and networking. Dr Cornelia...

NUIG researcher wins prestigious national teacher award

Dr Clíona Murray of the School of Education at NUI Galway has been awarded a prestigious teacher researcher award for her work on research...

Three inspirational Galway teachers named on shortlist for Teachers Inspire initiative

Three Galway teachers have been named on the shortlist for the inaugural Teachers Inspire Ireland initiative. The initiative focuses on the enormous contribution made by teachers in Irish...

Fun, interactive fitness initiative welcomed by Galway teachers

A health and fitness programme currently being delivered to schools by Irish fitness expert Tom Dalton has been praised by Galway teachers. Since its inception...

GRETB seeking teachers for six Galway schools

The Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board is seeking to hire eleven teachers and a principal for the coming school year. The GRETB is seeking...

Galway teachers celebrated at unique training event

Teachers from Galway have been celebrated for completing unique project management training held by Junior Achievement Ireland (JAI). The teachers who took part were Tara...

Galway people asked to nominate their most amazing teachers

Galway people are being asked to nominate thier most inspiring teachers in an initiative which aims to highlight the huge contribution made by teachers...

GRETB invites applications for teaching positions in the next academic year

The Galway Roscommon ETB is currently accepting application for teaching positions in Galway for the academic year starting next September. Qualified teachers are currently invited...

Minister pledges to consider abolishing two-tier pay for teachers

Minister for Education Joe McHugh has pledged to consider efforts to abolish the two tier pay grade for teachers. The Minister was addressing the annual...

INTO annual conference gets underway in Galway today

Galway is playing hosting to the annual conference of the Irish National Teachers' Organisation this week at the Galmont Hotel. The INTO conference is being...

Substitute teachers to be hired full-time amid teacher shortage

A number of substitute teachers will be hired on full-time to tackle a shortage of educators in classrooms here in Galway. Minister for Education Joe...

The GRETB needs to fill six teaching positions in Galway this month

The Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board is looking to hire six teachers in Galway this month. The teaching positions being advertised by the GRETB...

NUI Galway study finds startling ‘diversity gap’ in primary school teachers

Primary school teachers in Ireland are overwhelmingly white and catholic according to a new study by NUI Galway. Dr Manuela Heniz and Dr Elaine Keane...
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