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Not all third-level students will be able to be accommodated on campus in the autumn
‘Significant’ amount of extra staff needed to reopen schools, Covid-19 committee told
CAO applications: Jump in demand for climate and transport college courses
Covid-19 'assistants' needed in schools when they return, say principals
It is not envisaged that significant PPE will need to be worn when schools reopen, says minister
'When I found out, I thought I was going to die' - Wales great Gareth Thomas opens up on experience with HIV
Two-metre rule 'would mean one day at school weekly for primary pupils'
Health officials recommend campaign to educate public on the wearing of face masks
GAA set to launch their Covid-19 education programme for clubs ahead of return to action
Professor Sam McConkey: The reality is it could be November before schools are back in full
Professor Sam McConkey
Plans to be announced for summer classes for children with special needs, or from disadvantaged areas
A tribute to the Class of 2020: How one group of teachers marked the end of school for sixth years
Old Bawn Teachers
Government to reopen primary and secondary schools at the end of August
Irish-focused study finds no evidence that Covid-19 was transmitted in schools before government closures
Over 98% of Leaving Cert students sign up for Calculated Grades system
The new Munster Technological University will be established in 2021
View from a teacher: So far we’ve been putting out fires, but it's time for proper solutions
Anonymous Teachers
ASTI changes tack and is now advising its members to comply with the Leaving Cert calculated grades system
Covid-19 will still be here in September so why not open schools sooner?
Ken Cowley
Universities plan for life during a pandemic as Cambridge goes fully online for 2021
'That is a disgrace': Row erupts over claims 'school profiling' will discriminate against some students
'Too early' to say how schools will be able to re-open in September, says education minister
Memo being brought to Cabinet as speculation about Leaving Cert cancellation mounts
Explainer: What are the options for this year's Leaving Cert, and why is it so complicated?
'Alternative assessment models' discussed at meeting about Leaving Cert plans
Schools will not reopen until September but 'it's still the plan' for Leaving Cert students to get two weeks of classes
Junior Cert students to receive 'certificates of completion' from State and written report from school
Dáil to sit today to discuss Covid-19 impacts on Ireland's economy
'We're not the ones making that decision': Tony Holohan refuses to be drawn on whether Leaving Cert will happen
Students most worried about families' health and work uncertainty amid crisis
Teaching during the Covid-19 crisis: Four weeks in, the novelty has given way to inertia for some students
Anonymous Teachers
Universities and colleges scrap all in-person exams taking place during the Covid-19 pandemic
Government defers controversial 'School Inclusion Model' for SNAs
A TV class for primary school children starts on RTÉ2 today at 11am
Homeschooling: Two experienced practitioners and two 'struggling to adjust' parents give their advice
Laura Byrne
Government working on 'contingency plans' for Leaving Cert
Government examining how to continue with meals for vulnerable children during school closure
Taoiseach orders schools, colleges and childcare facilities to close from 6pm this evening to prevent spread of coronavirus
CAO applications show drop in languages, arts and agriculture
Catholic group that taped students together in sex ed talks develops presentation for primary schools