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Over 5000 Teachers in the Line of Fire
Teachers pay and allowances is always a contentious issue. The lengthy holidays with a working ...
Success in a Recession
‘If I could start again, I would set up more businesses during recessions . ...
End of an Era – Junior Cert Overhaul
When it was announced by the Minister for Education, Ruairí Quinn, that there would be ...
Ireland’s Third Level Education through the OECD Lens
The latest OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) ‘Education at a Glance’ report reveals ...
The Lucrative Grinds Industry
There seems to be a common denominator arising time and again when it comes to ...
The Reality of Educational Cuts in Secondary Schools
This September many students walked into familiar classrooms and many took a seat; those late ...
The Junior Cert – The State Exam Where Fairness Prevails
This year 58,798 thousand candidates received Junior Cert results. This is an increase of over ...
Six Centres for Teacher Education Announced
The Minister for Education and Skills, Ruairí Quinn T.D., is to proceed with radical plans ...
Is the End Near for the Points Race?
Secondary school teachers continue to feel aggrieved at their exclusion from debates and decisions related ...
Evening Courses for Autumn
There was a time (not far gone) when we were privileged enough to move from ...
Dorset College Announces New Scholarships for Business Students
Dorset College Dublin has announced two scholarships in their Bachelor of Business, Level 7 programme ...
What Next? When the points don’t add up – post leaving certificate options
Last Wednesday saw 56,000 receive their leaving certificate results; a celebration for some and a ...
Farmers Assets targetted to Save on Cost of Education Grants
In 2011 there was an indication that farmers could lose their means assessed entitlement to ...
Institutes of Technology – Industrial and Student Engagers
It was realised from the inception of Institutes of Technology, that they could play a ...
Psychology Taster Weekend
Have you always been interested in Psychology? Would you like to find out more about ...
New Grant Scheme by Trinity College
Trinity College Dublin (TCD), which is ranked as 65th in the top 100 world universities, ...
A Questionable Government Cut to Languages
The exorbitant amount of job alerts and job advertisements looking for graduates with one or ...
Going to College in Recessionary Times
There are those who predict that the Bleak Economy will have far-Reaching effects on Higher ...
Leading Environmental Educators Visit the Burren
Landscape charity, the Burrenbeo Trust, will host some of America’s and Europe’s leading thinkers and ...
Science – Key to Economic Recovery
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD, and the Minister for Research ...
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