Minister for Education previously said history must be taught for same duration as English, maths and Irish
School leaders say Minister’s move will have an impact on junior cycle reform
Maths Week survey finds half of adults use maths actively as part of their work
Minister expresses concerns over the draft legislation as Seanad votes to pass it
Schools struggling to attract applicants for vacant positions, representative group says
Six fire engines called to scene after blaze rips through building at about 6am in the morning
Concern expressed over lack of ‘rigorous and attractive’ vocational segment in senior cycle
Teacher’s union says many teachers are ‘overwhelmed’ by recent changes
Open days give you a great chance to gauge how good a fit your course and college choice will be
No better way to weigh up your study options than by visiting the campuses and facilities
Advice for students who are undecided on what course to take or college to apply for
Research says working class boys are falling behind because of a fear of failure. What can we do to solve it?
Curriculum contradictions must be resolved to instil clarity and cohesion
Ask Brian: Courses abroad can pose a major challenge for ‘spoon-fed’ students
Thousands of parents will be referred to social services this year for school absenteeism, and some will face fines or jail. Can more be done to keep kids in class?
People are becoming so greedy about their own wellbeing that they lose sight of what’s happening to others
Ask Brian: Dare scheme assists college applicants with disabilities - but entry points depend on individual courses
Lucan Community College no longer records pupils’ religion and has no faith-based events
Principals fear decision could hamper efforts to engage some of the hardest-to-reach pupils
Budget 2020 is chance for Government to put supports in place for schools to thrive
Review may become model for how to put pupils at the centre of education policies
‘Irish teachers are highly sought and are most popular with our schools and students’
This December, the Program on Negotiation Global course is returning to Ireland. The 2019 course will run on the 4th, 5th, and 6th of December at Castleknock Hotel, Dublin
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