Roasted peppers, chickpeas and seabass replace deep-fried fare on student menus
Positive affirmation programme creates calm classrooms and helps students learn
National programme funded by U2 changes how we teach music
Despite retiring from UCC a decade ago, Áine Hyland is heavily involved in education activites on a daily basis
New research has highlighted the importance of the arts to Irish schoolchildren
Only 8% of LGBT teens feel schools are safe despite marriage referendum result
A radical solution is needed to stop Irish colleges sliding down global rankings
Too much screen time is shortening students’ attention spans and causing stress
The scale of the impact of funding cuts and fewer resources highlighted in a new report
Can anti-obesity initiatives in schools prevent Ireland becoming the fattest nation in the world?
Chinese students are vital to the sector. But some worry Ireland’s third level is in too tight
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
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