Each year the tables show very large numbers of students who go to college attended schools in socially advantaged communities, and that they tend to opt predominantly for universities and teacher training

The percentage progression rates of past pupils of 677 second level schools in Ireland, published in the feeder tables in the following pages, do not(...)

In demand: theatre and other specialist nurses are in short supply. Photograph: Stockvisual/Getty

Each year further education and training provides a gateway to employment for thousands of people who may have left school early or who have been unem(...)

Zeenie Summers: struggled with depression and homelessness in Galway, but found solace in singing and dress-making. Photograph: Sara Freund

This week in Life & Style we will be exploring loneliness from every angle in a new series, All the Lonely People. We want to hear from reader(...)

Results helpdesk guidance counsellors Deirdre Garrett and Brian Howard work to answer questions at The Irish Times. Photograph: Sara Freund

Every year the Leaving Cert brings a fresh wave of post-results frenzy. Anxious teens and their parents are eager to know how to handle the college(...)

‘The Educational Welfare Service records home-schooled children by age rather than whether they are at primary or secondary level.’ Photograph: Getty Images

Among the 57,929 Leaving Certificate students who received results this week, a small number will never have set foot in school at all, or spent perha(...)

Minister for Education Jan O’Sullivan: has expressed concern about the use of JobBridge in schools, saying she wished to be ensure there was ‘no abuse’ of the scheme. Photograph: The Irish Times

Almost 100 jobs in the education sector are being advertised under the JobBridge internship scheme ahead of start of the school year, including primar(...)

Gas Networks Ireland, formerly Bord Gáis Networks, has launched a new apprenticeship programme for first time in 30 years.The company which operates (...)

Tim Moran returned to education after a long absence to upgrade his qualification

Tim Moran is doing an MA in leadership in early childhood care and education at IT Sligo. He is in his second of four semesters in the part-time, dis(...)

A culture of “low expectations” and a limited supply of appropriate training courses have been identified as key barriers to people with intellectual disabilities entering further education. Photograph: Getty Images.

A culture of “low expectations” and a limited supply of appropriate training courses have been identified as key barriers to people with intellectual (...)

‘Government needs to support those caring for our youngest citizens’

Our children are being failed by a childcare system that is simply not fit for purpose. Parents, families, communities, the economy, and childcare (...)

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