Teachers' Union of Ireland

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Teachers' Union of Ireland
Native name Aontas Múinteoirí Éireann
Members 15,800[1]
Affiliation ICTU
Key people John MacGabhann (General Secretary), Bernie Ruane (President)
Office location Dublin, Ireland
Country Ireland
Website www.tui.ie

Teachers' Union of Ireland (TUI; Irish: Aontas Múinteoirí Éireann) is a trade union representing teachers in post-primary schools and lecturers in third level Universities, Colleges and Institutes of Technology. The TUI is affiliated to the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) and is represented on various education governmental bodies such as the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA), the Further Education and Training Awards Council FETAC, the Higher Education and Training Awards Council HETAC and the Vocational Education Committees. The Association of Secondary Teachers of Ireland (the A.S.T.I.) is the other trade union representing post-primary teachers within the Republic of Ireland.

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  1. ^ Unions Affiliated to Congress 2010, ICTU