Trinity College Dublin has put on hold its controversial “identity initiative”, which would have seen the institution rebranded as “Trinity College, the University of Dublin”

College plans to invest in series of projects, including a new business school

Architects’ illustration of planned new TCD School of Business, backing onto Pearse Street

Pearse Street ‘is becoming Trinity’s street in the city’, says provost

Trinity College Dublin

Strategic plan says TCD must strike a balance between innovation and Trinity’s heritage

Before you bite into that carrot, think twice: you may be consuming its soul

Plants are ‘intelligent’, says philosopher Michael Marder, which is why we need to eat them with respect

Philip Irwin, president of ASTI; and Jeanne Barrett, chairwoman of CSPE teachers’ association

Concern has been expressed that some schools are dropping Civic, Social and Political Education

University of Limerick offers flexibility and close industry links. Photograph: Press 22

It’s no longer enough to be a scholar – the ideal graduate is also entrepreneurial, collaborative, articulate, responsible, crea(...)

Minister for Education and Skills Jan O’Sullivan. Photograph: Aidan Crawley Minister for Education and Skills Jan O’Sullivan picutred at a press conference detailing the education budget.Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Department secures an extra €60m to meet demographic demands

Participants in Saturday's water protests in Dublin. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

From boycotting water charges to ‘informing’ on your boss, what duties do you have when you protest?

For all its flaws, the plan for the allocation of special educational needs supports is well-intentioned, and schools are broadly supportive

By last week only 62 per cent of post-primary schools had returned questionnaires designed to determine the allocation of resource(...)

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