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
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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?
As the exams approach, you will need to make adjustments to last-minute study plans, keep on top of stress and know how to prosper in the exam hall
Fear and community tensions over murders taking toll on children in Dublin’s inner city
Civil servants briefing says inadequacy of school capitation funding now ‘critical issue’
Cash-strapped third-level institutions have increasingly come to rely on fees from foreign students, but this strategy is not without risk
Three experts share their insights on how to make the best use of your remaining study time
Pupils at St Conleth’s in Dublin can offer insights into the debate over whether single-sex or mixed schooling is better
Schools are getting to test Google Expeditions, a virtual reality tool that allows students to ‘visit’ far-flung places such as Machu Picchu and outer space
The picture painted in a survey of recent graduates is broadly positive – although only a third of arts graduates feel their education is relevant
NUI Galway tries to calm students’ frazzled nerves with new stress-busting initiatives
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