Tags : ESRI

Lower educational qualifications ‘key driver’ of weaker employment rates in NI compared to Ireland
Grade requirements for NI pupils applying to universities in Irish Republic ‘completely unreasonable’, says students’ union
Barriers to students crossing Border for third-level study must be removed – ESRI
ESRI research finds both gender and class impact on children’s reading skills
Harris announces department partnership with ESRI
A job and a third-level degree no longer enough to protect people from poverty – ESRI
Young people in Republic have higher levels of education, cross-Border study finds
Graduates lack ‘basic skills’ such as writing without spelling or grammatical errors
The Housing Disaster: Analysing Our Generation’s Defining Crisis
School closures affected disadvantaged students much more severely, study shows
Longer school days and weekend classes: ESRI calls for Leaving Cert 2021 changes
Just over 50% of teens starting secondary school expect to reach third level – ESRI
Migrants higher unemployment despite having higher education – ESRI
Students call for overhaul of Leaving Cert programme
Grade reforms push ‘ill-equipped’ students to take higher-level exams
Grading changes risk further alienating less academic pupils
Research shows some increase in number of students taking higher level subjects
Stressed by the Leaving Cert
Mixed views among teachers on changes to assessment methods for Leaving Cert
Leaving Cert pressure causing stress and ‘burnout’ among pupils