Daire Keogh

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Most educators acknowledge the experience of online learning was far from ideal earlier this year as institutions  quickly pivoted to emergency remote learning. Photograph: iStock

I’m due to start my college course soon and have been told that most of the teaching will take place online this year. I struggled with online learnin(...)

Trinity College Dublin has climbed nine places and remains Ireland’s leading university in the latest Times Higher Education world university rankings. Photograph: iStock

Trinity College Dublin has climbed nine places and remains Ireland’s leading university in the latest Times Higher Education world university rankings(...)

Prof Daire Keogh is to take over as DCU president next year, succeeding Prof Brian MacCraith. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Dublin City University (DCU) has announced the appointment of Prof Dáire Keogh as its new president. Prof Keogh, who is currently deputy president of(...)

Dublin City University has committed to a charter developed to improve the health and well-being of almost 20,000 students and staff at the university(...)

Catholic Primate Archbishop Eamon Martin. It is understood a decision may be made on Hibernia College around the end of June, although the bishops would make no further comment. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Graduates of teacher training college Hibernia face several more weeks of uncertainty over whether they have been approved by the Catholic Church to t(...)

President of St Patrick’s College Drumcondra Daire Keogh in the new library: ‘The beauty of the library is that it will engage with the city; the college was behind the wall for a long time.’  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Most people’s knowledge of St Patrick’s College in Drumcondra begins and ends at the gates – bypassed by a multitude daily on the airport road. Less w(...)

 Minister of Education Ruairi Quinn at St Patrick’s College Drumcondra today. He said a belief that the Irish education system was among the best in the world was an ‘assertion based on no evidence whatsoever other than something of a feelgood factor that was communicated to us at home by the greater Irish Diaspora who felt, for whatever reason, that it was better than what their children were experiencing in other parts of the world.’

Minister for Education Ruairi Quinn has said Ireland has a long way to go to have the kind of “world class education system that we need to have”. He (...)

Proportion of female students entering the two main primary teacher colleges, St Patrick’s in Drumcondra in Dublin (above) and Mary Immaculate in Limerick,  has been in slow decline since 2005, according to new figures. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

That rare thing in primary education – a male teacher – will be more in evidence this morning as new junior infants and their classmates troop into s(...)