‘Our belief in the transformative power of education for individuals at every stage of life, and for their families and communities, is one we share with Fighting Words,’ says Prof Anne Looney of Dublin City University

Educators can be somewhat equivocal about creativity. We are generally supportive of it, and advocate for more of it for learners and for teachers. Cr(...)

Kate Lynch, a student from The Institute of Education, Dublin 2, was named the overall Student Journalist of the Year for her feature which included an interview with the new Trinity Provost. Photograph: Paul Sherwood.

A student from Dublin has been named the overall winner of the 2022 Press Pass young journalism awards. Kate Lynch, from the Institute of Education, (...)

Raymond Kearns was from Ballaghaderreen, Co Roscommon. Photograph: Rip.ie

Raymond Kearns, founder of the Institute of Education on Dublin’s Leeson Street Lower, has died at the age of 91, his family has said. The educator, (...)

Eric Earle: made lasting contribution to educational institutions in London and Ghana

Eric Earle, who died on December 23rd, 2021, at his home in Guildford in Surrey at the age of 96, must be one of the last, if not the last, survivor o(...)

Ulambayar Surenkho and his late wife Urantsetseg Tserendorj,  who will be remembered at an anniversary Mass in Dublin on Sunday. Photograph: Facebook

An anniversary Mass will take place on Sunday to remember Urantsetseg Tserendorj who was fatally stabbed in Dublin last year. Ms Tserendorj (48), a (...)

The information in today’s list is compiled from two sources: the State Examinations Commission Leaving Cert sits list and lists provided by each of the higher-education institutions

The information published today aims to provide parents with a snapshot of information about how many students from each school in the Republic of Ire(...)

Caelán Ó Coileáin-Cuinn and Matthew Ó Laithleoir on Inis Meáin. Coileáin-Cuinn says remote learning has  expanded his options in a way that might not have been possible before. Photograph: Cormac Coyne

Matthew Lawlor came to Coláiste Naomh Eoin on Inis Meáin for transition year – and quickly decided to stay. Lawlor (17) is now in sixth year in this (...)

Dr Kathryn Corbett, school principal of Bishop Galvin National School, Templeogue, Dublin. ‘Relationships are central to learning,’ she says. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

“The boys in my class got into a lot of trouble today,” my nine-year-old daughter’s neighbourhood friend confides, jumping up and down on the kerb, br(...)

Katriona on her graduation day from the Trinity Access Programme in 2003 with her parents Tilly and Tony O’Sullivan and son John.

She is actually speaking to ME … in Latin! As I stand in front of Mary Robinson, one of the few Irish presidents I actually know of and admire, it fin(...)

Last year universities were forced to introduce random selection for candidates in about 70 honours degree courses. Photograph: iStock

Universities fear they will have to restrict entry to more high-points courses on the basis of “random selection” this year due to record-breaking Lea(...)

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