77 secondary students died by suicide last year and the impact on schools is enormous
Trigger warnings and safe spaces: should a student’s desire not to be offended stifle freedom of expression?
Unions under pressure to dismantle two-tier pay gap and achieve full pay restoration
Children may have to be sent home from school or taught by unqualified staff
Experts believe the Republic’s exam-obsessed model is failing Irish students
Top tips on how to keep your motivation for study going until your exams this summer
Most parents remain attached to religious rituals, despite a growing secularisation in Irish society
Colleges turn to casual contracts to cut costs as lecturers struggle to survive
Critics say the language is badly taught but new approaches aim to make it fun and engaging
Brian MacCraith says employers want creative leaders, not first-class honours nerds
Some primary schools are taking novel approaches to help anxious pupils
Students need lessons in life and love at a time of easy access to the dangers of porn
Diversity remains a challenge with few men or people from disadvantaged backgrounds entering the profession
Synge Street in Dublin 8 is turning to the Irish language to restore pupil numbers
Training is seen as a fall-back option for students but a new plan aims to change this
A ban on waiting lists and limits on places for children of past pupils could make admissions fairer
A growing number of third-level students have dependent children. But affordable on-campus childcare and other supports are hard to find
Supporters of Irish language schools say the problem has nothing to do with elitism
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