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A protester holds a sign in support of an Irish Language Act in Northern Ireland in this  photograph of a 2018 protest on Dublin’s Merrion Square. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

An umbrella organisation representing minorities across Europe was in Dublin on Thursday to present a package of legal proposals aimed at protecting m(...)

Students have been funding the mandatory placement themselves at a cost of up to €1,500 per student.

The Government is to restore a grant scheme it abolished in 2011 to pay the fees of student teachers attending Irish-language courses in the Gaeltacht(...)

Students from Coláiste Lú in Dundalk, including (front frow from left) Dorota Kaminska, Éimear Kinsella and Erin O’Connor protesting outside Leinster House over the provision of Irish language education at their school. Photo : Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

Minister for Education Joe McHugh is “acutely aware” of concerns raised around the provision of Irish medium education at an Irish language unit in a (...)

Minister for Education Joe McHugh. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Minister for Education should introduce an integrated policy linking the teaching of Irish throughout all cycles of the education system, accordin(...)

Making your way through the initial steps on your career path can be daunting but we’re here to help. Photograph: iStock

Autumn is now upon us and, if you are a final-year college student, that can only mean one thing. Employers across the country – and further afield – (...)

Students at Dublin’s O’Connell Secondary School, from left, McKenzie O’Connor, Bepo Jacan, Tighe O’Driscoll and Arseniy Kuznecovs. Photograph: Tom Honan

Sixteen-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg might be just one individual but for students attending Dublin’s O’Connell Secondary School, she is n(...)

Sixty-five per cent of law graduates are women, yet this number drops immediately as soon as women begin to work

With 77 per cent of women aged between 25 and 54 employed outside of the home in 2018, a record number of women are now part of the Irish workforce. (...)

“The graduate that comes out of college today or next year will probably have two or three different types of career during their working life.” Photograph: iStock

Positive employment prospects are a reality for many sectors in 2019 and research shows no indication of this changing in 2020 as employers continue t(...)

Thousands of secondary students are expected to attend the 2019 Higher Options expo. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Welcome to the Higher Options 2019 magazine! This special supplement has been put together to help you navigate your way around the biggest third-leve(...)

Students of Coláiste Lú, Dundalk along with parents  walk from the school to the LMETB offices to protest about being forced to learn in English. Photograph: Alan Betson

Students at a school in Dundalk staged a walkout from their classrooms on Thursday morning over claims school authorities are limiting the provision o(...)

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