Advertisement
Dublin: 14 °C Monday 27 May, 2024

# Education

All time
Leaving Cert: Exam timetable released as parents could face 'sanctions' for lobbying
Leaving Cert plan confirmed: Students can opt for written exams in June or calculated grades
Mother of schoolchildren: 'Who, exactly, is advocating for children at the talks this week?'
Rita Lovett
Norma Foley indicates she wants re-opening of schools from March as talks continue
The fate of this year's Leaving Cert is uncertain - but it's clear that our Sixth Years deserve better
Yvonne Brennan
'It is getting tougher': The toll home schooling is having on students and parents
Minister welcomes move by ASTI to rejoin talks on Leaving Cert
PAC calls for review of temporary school accommodation after €56 million spend in two years
RTÉ's news2day: 'The tone of our news is important for children - no jargon or dramatic language'
Avril Hoare & Anne-Marie Smyth
Minister Foley 'taken aback' after ASTI pulls out of Leaving Cert planning talks
Children with special education needs return to 124 special schools today
Students set to return to special classes in secondary schools on Monday week after deal reached
Leaving Cert: Government 'actively planning' for exams with alternative option to be available for students, says Minister
Leaving Cert decision pushed back as opposition lines up against holding of traditional exams
Leaving Cert plans could be revealed as early as tomorrow as various options being explored
Leaving Cert alternatives under consideration but clarity to be given within the next few weeks, says Tánaiste
Taoiseach hints at school closures beyond 1 February and says 'focus' is on special needs education
CAO surge sees thousands more apply for third-level courses than in previous years
Leaving Cert 2021: Students want a choice of written exam or Calculated Grades
Norma Foley: It's a matter of deep regret that unions won't recognise special education as essential
Doubt over Thursday re-opening for special education classes amid 'make or break' talks
'Our children are suffering': Parents of children with special needs tell government and unions to 'sort it out'
Deputy CMO insists school closures should be 'last resort' only after criticism from special needs teachers
Schools to reopen for students with special needs from 21 January
Re-opening schools for students with special needs to be prioritised by government, says minister
ASTI and TUI directed teachers not to co-operate with government plans before Leaving Cert u-turn
State-funded ECCE pre-school programme to remain closed for a week, other childcare to open Monday
Creation of new Munster Technological University an 'important milestone' for south west
Number of sixth year students studying a foreign language falls as STEM gender gap persists
Opinion: Teaching children digital literacy is a must if we are to combat misinformation
Emma DeSouza
College fees will not rise under current Government, says Taoiseach
Education Minister says there's no reason to close schools early ahead of Christmas or open them later after New Year
Mayo school that said it would close from today due to Covid cases will now reopen on Monday
Anonymous Teacher: 'Instead of cheers and claps, we are getting sneers from the public'
Anonymous Teachers
Teachers' union asks government to start school Christmas break a few days earlier
Opinion: We at Irish universities owe it to our students to address our imperial legacies
Ciaran O’Neill
New €300,000 fund aims to support Travellers who want to study in third level
Education Minister begins search for patrons of three new Dublin primary schools
Around 70 schools have had in-school Covid-19 transmission
Poll: Would you support teachers striking over Covid-19 safety concerns?