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In 2018, Daniel Alexandre Daudet was jailed at Dublin’s Circuit Criminal Court following conviction on 711 charges of social welfare fraud involving about €185,000.

A music teacher who was convicted on more than 700 charges of social welfare fraud has been removed from the Teaching Council’s register. The council(...)

Children performing at Féilte, an annual festival of education in learning and teaching excellence organised by the Teaching Council.

World leaders gathered earlier this month in Glasgow to agree a new direction for how we live so that we can do so sustainably. Our own Government als(...)

 Minister for Education Norma Foley meet with higher education institutions to discuss freeing up additional student teachers. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Minister for Education Norma Foley has announced a series of urgent measures aimed at tackling a staffing crisis facing schools including an extra 200(...)

The primary school teaching programme in Stenden, like other undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Dutch research and applied universities, is €2,209 per year. File photograph: Getty

My daughter wants to study primary school teaching but doesn’t think that she will get over 500 points in her Leaving Cert. Are there other routes ava(...)

Invisibility and neglect are the rewards for managing so well during the pandemic. Photograph: iStock

The sight of Micheál Martin and Alan Kelly accusing each other of lying was unedifying, to say the least. Nevertheless, the subject of their alleged c(...)

The victim in the case had been groomed online initially but the nature of the abuse had then developed over time. Photograph: iStock

A former secondary school teacher who engaged in the sexual exploitation of a 13-year-old girl he had groomed through Facebook has been struck off the(...)

While the course details should be critical to a student’s decision, don’t neglect whether the college –  and town or city that it’s in –  is the right place for you

After Christmas – and particularly coming into April – the demands of the Leaving Cert have a sneaky habit of creeping up on you, leaving you with a l(...)

 Josna Joy, a teacher at North Wicklow Educates Together secondary school in Bray, Co Wicklow. “The principal was so kind and open to giving migrants a chance. I’m so glad that I kept trying and didn’t give up.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

In all the misery that the pandemic heaped onto schools, post-primary principals have been struggling to recruit the right teachers for the right role(...)

A teacher at a south Dublin school has brought a High Court challenge over the Garda vetting bureau’s decision to disclose details about allegations o(...)

The man was convicted  of stealing funds totalling €204,000 from his  school and the Department of Social Protection. Photograph: Getty Images

A former school principal who used his teaching role to steal over €200,000 has been banned from teaching for 15 years following a fitness-to-teach in(...)

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