Religion a factor in teacher and nursing training

Ireland“The dominance of the churches in primary education here has led to an unusual situation at Dublin City University, writes RTÉ Education Correspondent Emma O Kelly. This year sees the full incorporation into DCU of three former colleges of education – the Catholic St Patrick’s and Mater Dei …” (more)

[RTÉ News, 22 August]

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One Response to “Religion a factor in teacher and nursing training”

  1. Maggie Ryan Says:

    Not only is this situation “nonsense”, it’s discriminatory. Where does a person who is of another religion, or of no religion, apply to become a teacher or nurse? Why are these training courses for important professions not open to all? The State needs to change this scenario rapidly.

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