Junior Cycle reforms row threatens to ‘implode’ in schools and cut class time

Ireland“Junior Cycle reforms are threatening to ‘implode’ in schools, with warnings that pupils face losing  significant amounts of tuition time if a long-running row is not sorted. At the heart of the dispute is the timing of meetings designed to underpin the quality of new classroom-based student assessments, known as CBAs …” (more)

[Katherine Donnelly, Independent, 19 October]


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