The Irish National Teachers' Organisation believes the staffing situation at Drummin NS is unacceptable.
What does INTO stand for?
INTO stands for Irish National Teachers' Organisation (Dublin, Ireland)
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- Internal Medicine
- Iinstituto Nacional de Tecnología y Normalización (Paraguay)
- Intransit Customer Designate
- International National Trusts Organisation (conservation)
- Interrupt If Overflow Occurs
- Irish National Teachers Organisation
- Interdiction Operations
- International Operations
- International Opportunities (Girlguiding UK)
- International Tokamak Reactor (IAEA study)
- International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions
- Internal Orderwire
- Immediate Needs Transportation Program (International Institute of Los Angeles; Los Angeles, CA)
- Introverted Intuitive Thinking Perceiving (Myers-Briggs personality type indicator)
- Iraqi National Turkoman Party
- Isoimmune Neonatal Thrombocytopenia Purpura
Samples in periodicals archive:
The report was prepared by the UTU and the Irish National Teachers' Organisation and focused on the state of the special educational needs sector, which included pupils with learning difficulties and needing extra forms of support.
Schools are required t o spend 30 minutes a day on religion, but an Irish National Teachers' Organisation survey last year found more than 70% of teachers spent more than that.
Among the unions to vote against the first deal were Siptu, the Irish National Teachers' Organisation, the Association of Secondary Teachers of Ireland, the Teachers Union of Ireland, the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation and the Civil and Public Services Union.
Last night, Irish National Teachers' Organisation deputy chairman Noel Ward revealed huge numbers of teachers are being forced to work in "atrocious" circumstances.
Among the unions to vote against the first deal - despite Mr Howlin's threat of unilateral pay cuts and reforms - were the TUI, the Irish National Teachers' Organisation, the Association of Secondary Teachers' of Ireland, Siptu, the Irish Nurses' and Midwives' Organisation and the CPSU.
Catherine Byrne, of the Irish National Teachers' Organisation, said: "More than 161,000 pupils are in classes of between 30 and 40 pupils.
The Irish National Teachers' Organisation hit out at the leaking of a Department of Education report which recommends closing hundreds of the facilities in rural areas.