‘There are no votes in third-level education’

Ireland“When John Hennessy surveys the state of higher education in Ireland, he’s reminded of the moment almost 50 years ago when Donogh O’Malley announced plans for free second-level education for every child. The country was at a crossroads. There was huge economic potential. It just needed to be unlocked through a visionary public policy …” (more)

[Carl O’Brien, Irish Times, 8 February]

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