Department of Education will next week invite schools to apply to pilot the new exam subject
Pricewatch: We are being fleeced by unregulated, restrictive vouchers – when will it end?
Government aims to double number of young people taking ‘earn and learn’ route
‘Creative Youth’ plan to give every child access to cultural expression by 2022
Minister says he cannot intervene in Christian Brothers sale of land at Clonkeen College
Bruton says investment ensures every child who needs support can access it
Richard Bruton rejects claims that teachers are ‘running out of the profession’
Minister for Education pays tribute to teachers and parents for ‘fantastic’ results
Fee-paying schools account for half of top 20 sending most students to college
Some say tables provide useful information for potential students but others say it just feeds middle-class anxiety
Schools report major difficulties recruiting teachers in science, maths and languages
Despite teacher shortage, 10-year strategy aims to boost learning of languages at school
Shortage of teachers in key subjects threatens to derail Government’s Stem strategy
Analysis: We have plenty of teachers – but they are qualified for the wrong subjects
Lack of supply will impact on Government plans to boost uptake of Stem subjects
Profile: Tánaiste drew on doggedness and canniness to return from political wilderness
Admissions legislation aiming at greater fairness in Irish school enrolment
New initiative will see junior infants taught subjects only through French, German or other languages
Minister for Finance warns there are now ‘more special needs assistants than gardaí’
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