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
Demand for school places has shot up in recent years as the population surges
As back to school time rolls around, some teachers are gearing up to do more than teach the curriculum in the traditional way
Government projects at least 10,000 more jobs will be created in sector by 2020
Policymakers out to encourage ICT careers ahead of Friday’s change-of-mind deadline
Range of courses open to CAO applicants as experts suggest graduates need to double
A new report aims to transform gender equality in Irish universities
About 48,000 Leaving Cert students will sit the Irish exam today. Here’s the bright side...
Novelist Dave Rudden takes the plunge with this year’s English Leaving Cert Paper 1
Question: Write a short story that centres around two characters and a car journey
Nagle Community College: Six students at disadvantaged school to share exam highs and lows
The new teacher mentoring scheme offers crucial support to graduates. So why are primary teachers threatening to withdraw from it?
IBAT College Dublin has courses to suit all levels and interests
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