1. Jesus Christ – Fact of Fiction by Marlena Zaj

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    May 3, 2019 by johnston00

    “Whoever receives his testimony sets his seal to this, that God is true.” There are many different religions in the …
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  2. Didn’t Notice That by Jennifer O’Connor

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    May 3, 2019 by johnston00

    In our generation a lot of children get mobile phones at an extremely young age. One of the big reasons …
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  3. Ireland My Homeland by Lucy Scholze

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    May 3, 2019 by johnston00

    ‘What kind of lreland do you want to live in? ‘ by Lucy Scholze Ireland is the beautiful country which …
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  4. 20180830 Joint Committee on Education and Skills

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    September 2, 2018 by johnston00

    09.30 Joint Committee on Education and Skills CR3, LH 2000 School costs, school facilities and related matters (resumed) Representatives from …
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  5. 29 August 2018 – Minister Bruton Announces Significant Expansion of Psychologists working with Schools

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    August 29, 2018 by johnston00

    The Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton T.D. today (Wednesday August 29th) announced that 19 educational psychologists, including ten …
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  6. Education (Digital Devices in Schools) Bill 2018

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    August 26, 2018 by johnston00

    Bill entitled an Act to regulate the use of digital devices in primary and secondary schools subject to the discretionary …
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  7. With 67 nationalities, is this Ireland’s most diverse school?

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    August 26, 2018 by johnston00

    Le Chéile in Tyrrelstown has 67 different nationalities among its student body. What are the challenges and opportunities posed by …
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