Tags : Ruairí Quinn

Minister for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor addressed IIEA Conference on Higher Education Funding in Ireland
Labour’s Higher Education Failings Make Seanad Motion More Than a Little Infuriating
Bringing back third-level fees will rebuild class barriers
John Walshe on Education Journalism and Politics
Programme 256, John Walshe on Education Journalism and Politics
A good day for the University of the South East campaign – no mergers and no Jan O’Sullivan and Tom Boland
Labour declines to rule out rising fees for third-level students
A system divided by years of rows
Junior-cycle reform still hangs in balance
HEA boss denies ‘looking for head’ of ex-Waterford Institute of Technology president
Student grants: Resistance to assets means test delays reform
Students from Dublin least likely to get third-level grants
Time to end the ‘Rotten Game’ – we need more college places to meet the demand
Junior cycle reform deal contains enough for both sides
Valuable lessons to be learned from Susi
No excuses for the SUSI debacle in year one
Student fees to be frozen at €3,000 for 2016 vows minister
Minister Signals No Further Increase in Student Contribution Charge
The Question of a University for the South-East
Minister snubbed by teachers’ union over Junior Cert dispute