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The Joint Managerial Body acknowledges the announcement of additional resources in Budget 2019 for post-primary schools but is concerned that some fundamental issues with regard to funding and the Pupil -Teacher ratio have not been addressed. Read press release

JMB Press release: The JMB on behalf of the boards of management and school management in voluntary secondary schools welcomes the announcement by the Minister for Education and Skills of additional resources for the education sector and post-primary schools in particular but is concerned that there is no improvement in the Pupil-Teacher ratio or in funding for schools. Read press release

The JMB is disappointed at the result of the ballot and regrets that this period of uncertainty in our schools is set to continue.

The Joint Managerial Body (JMB) on behalf of the boards of management and school management in voluntary secondary schools welcomes the announcement by the Minister for Education and Skills of additional resources for the education sector and post-primary schools in particular in Budget 2017.

This agreement is very good news for many young teachers and is evidence of how matters of concern can be resolved through dialogue. It is regrettable that the young teachers in our sector cannot be comprehended by this salary increase because the ASTI is not party to the Landsdowne Road Agreement.

The Joint Managerial Body (JMB), which represents the management of almost four hundred voluntary secondary schools, would like to congratulate the over 56,000 pupils who sat their Leaving Certificate examination in 2016.

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