INTO Members Vote To Accept Haddington Road Proposals

Members if the Irish National Teachers' Organisation have voted to accept the proposed Haddington Road agreement, with a majority of 63% in favour and 37% against.

The unions executive had recommended its 32,000 members to accept the proposals, after the union had soundly rejected the previous Croke Park II offering.

It is understood that key to the teachers accepting the new proposals was an agreement for the restoration of allowances and original salary levels by 2018, and while it is clear that not all members are happy with the Haddington Road, the INTO say members realise it is an improvement on Croke Park II.


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