Monthly Archives: July 2016

  1. As 93,000 teachers come under fitness-to-teach mechanisms, here are answers to questions you might have about the process. —

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    July 28, 2016 by johnston00

    Q&A – Who can make a complaint, and how to go about it Who can make a complaint to the …
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  2. As 93,000 teachers come under fitness-to-teach mechanisms, here are answers to questions you might have about the process.

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    July 28, 2016 by johnston00

    Q&A – Who can make a complaint, and how to go about it Who can make a complaint to the …
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  3. Parents want better local procedures to deal with complaints about teachers.

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    July 28, 2016 by johnston00

    National Parents’ Council Post-Primary president Paul Mooney welcomed the new powers given to the Teaching Council, from yesterday, to hold …
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  4. Minister announces commencement of construction of Public Private Partnership to deliver over 4,500 school places.

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    July 22, 2016 by johnston00

    The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, T.D. today announced the signing of the contracts for the commencement of …
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  5. Minister Bruton Announces First Board of the Educational Research Centre (ERC)

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    July 21, 2016 by johnston00

    20 July, 2016 The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton T.D., today announced the appointments to the board of …
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  6. Parents are spending almost €1,500 a year to send a child to secondary school, according to a new survey.

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    July 14, 2016 by johnston00

    New research by the Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU) has found that back-to-school costs have soared by more than …
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  7. Q&A:How the proposed student loan scheme would work

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    July 11, 2016 by johnston00

    Carl O’Brien – Irish Times An ‘income-contingent’ loan system is a future funding option for third-level education, the Cassells report …
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