Just two students have met criteria allowing young asylum seekers access to third level
Staffroom tensions simmer as different tactics drive a wedge between representatives
St Oliver’s national school in Killarney is part of a network of schools challenging teaching conventions
‘With the Mafia shoes, the home-made dicky bow and a fresh hair cut, he was sorted’
Catholic Church now fulfils its responsibility for religious education outside the public school network
An Cosán’s new online initiative aims to give disadvantaged students a second chance
Teachers at most creative when using art and drama to instruct literacy and numeracy
Inchicore NS renovation and extension brings nature close to the classroom
Online supports are revolutionising learning and they may even be making learning more enjoyable
Up to one-third of our jobs are at risk of computerisation over the next 20 years
Changes are aimed at fairer marking. But could better students be penalised?
League tables have gained notoriety, but in fact they measure only research output
Classical studies, Latin and Greek are important but fewer students than ever are learning them. One teachers blames the Leaving Cert, which hasn’t been reviewed since the 1970s
Do we really need to train a generation of coders at primary school?
These days, all the focus seems to be on how science and technology are the ‘sexy’ subjects everyone should be doing, but employers say arts courses develop crucial skills for the modern workplace
After years of close involvement with their children’s education, parents can find it hard to give up control. But overbearing parenting benefits no one
School sums have never been more difficult – it can easily cost six figures to bring a child from preschool through to postgrad
Marie Daly on the nerve-jangling wait for her son’s exam results and the new wait for offers
IBAT College Dublin has courses to suit all levels and interests
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