CAO: There will be winners and losers in recalculation of points in 2017
Anecdotal evidence says earning capacity of arts graduates increases after five years
Points drop across the board for arts and social science degrees
If you feel you should have done better, you might consider getting papers remarked
Brian Mooney on some of they key trends from the 2016 exams
A massive logistical operation aims to keep grades consistent from one year to the next
Maynooth University and UCD have benefitted by providing students with broader entry routes
How does the international baccalaureate compare to Ireland’s traditional State exam?
Scotland’s experience suggests both public and profession trust self-regulating system
Analysis: Submissions for courses relating to building industry are up by 20% this year
Most agree independent appeals system required but no consensus on form it should take
Analysis: Most parties want free higher education, but have no idea how to fund it
Analysis: Little appetite for student loan scheme in minority government
ASTI members to be hit with financial penalties for refusing to work additional hour
The dispute over junior cycle reform threatens to cause disruption on a huge scale
Third-level hopefuls have until 5.15pm on July 1st to finalise their choices
There is no shortage of initiatives to boost the number of females in Stem subjects
School is over and real life is hurtling our way as we finally sit our Leaving Certificate
It’s a dilemma: how to tell him exams are no big deal without downplaying his efforts?
When I think of college, at times I am terrified, but life is what happens when you step out of your comfort zone
Government’s hand strengthened as ASTI now isolated on issue of Croke Park hours
Opinion: We need to put much more thought into what we really expect from our graduates
Analysis: ASTI vote is first grenade in what promises to be a long and disruptive battle
Opinion: Some reduce our work to religious attendance, but our main job is to support students
Opinion: This system would not discriminate against poorer students and would encourage and support lifelong learning
Opinion: Now that students can access notes online, many are deciding that going in is not worth the effort. This is a mistake
New testing regime represented as big leap forward for conservative education system
Opinion: Following the onerous process of qualifying, the career path of most new teachers is frustrating and poorly remunerated
Opinion: We need to change the way our universities raise money, and fees are a necessary part of the equation
Opinion: Poverty can lead to a cutting-off of stimulating experiences for children and to mental-health problems for parents, with all its knock-on effects
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