Daily Archives: 14 August, 2013

Former Limerick convent sold to Mary Immaculate College
Students take fight for degree course to the High Court
Why open access isn’t enough in itself
Halt the avalanche of performance metrics
One step closer to Education system’s ‘Eureka’ moment?
Hamlet is but the latest to fall victim to library censorship
Student grant applications ‘being assessed on schedule’
Higher Level Maths bonus points ‘a temporary measure’
Third-level education at breaking point, warns unions
Project Maths fails to make grade in Leaving Cert
It’s time for business to stop free riding and start engaging with Universities
College cost will force one in 12 to drop out
In numbers: Leaving Cert results day
Demand for Northern Ireland university places far outstrips availability
Celebrate exam achievement, but remember those for whom the way is not so easy
Number taking higher maths has rocketed
Removal of former TCD chancellor today
It is time for Irish business to give something back to the State and to society
Class of 2013 notches up 5,824 A1 grades, slightly lower than the tally for 2012
700 pupils get top grades in maths