Daily Archives: 21 September, 2012

Report recommends that HPAT system be included in review
As Online Courses Grow, Sites Offering Unauthorized Academic Help Get More Brazen
HPAT fails to broaden entry to medicine courses
Five of RTÉ’s regional operations to move to Institutes of Technology
GMIT student avoids jail
Former nursing student avoids jail by agreeing to stay away from college
We’re being treated as second class staff
Staff to work out of colleges as RTÉ to shut some regional offices
Irish children should be learning foreign languages sooner – UCD’s Professor Vera Regan
HPAT system not broadening entry to medicine courses
CID win – ASTI proves ongoing need for ‘replacement’ teacher
Reprieve for students as judge says London Met can seek judicial review
Class action complaint filed against Harvard faculty club as waitstaff sue
Trinity to Pilot Radical New Admissions Scheme
New College of the Humanities enrolls first class amidst questions on price and profits
TUI to begin campaign over pay
How can we help? Supporting new academic hires
Protest against Clare council over grant letters
New Department of Education Web Site
Woman to face jail if she goes to lectures