Monthly Archives: September 2016

Unprecedented ‘Pushback’ from UCD School’s Admin Staff over University Curriculum Review
Minister for Education and Skills announces €10m capital grant for Institutes of Technology
24 Statements of Knowing
Action Plan for Education
Staff at third level colleges back students in opposition of student loans system
English universities to be ranked gold, silver and bronze
Language school shareholder accused of taking money out of firm
Brewing by degree at Carlow IoT
Insurance crisis for commuting students
Paschal Donohoe: If we raised Garda wages, every other public servant would expect the same
42% Increase in Trinity Senior Management Staff Since 2012
Breathnach calls for ‘huge cash injection’ in Dundalk IT ahead of Budget 2017
Tuition fees heading over £9,500
Gender bias found in Earth-science society journals
Why do school-leavers study science?
Arts for arts sake? Writers on the value of an arts degree
UCC has spent almost €1.5m on legal costs since 2010
More focus needed on maths in primary school, study finds
New IT Sligo president starts in the job
Universities spend over €3m in staff cases