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#National Council for Curriculum and Assessment

# national-council-for-curriculum-and-assessment - Wednesday 4 November, 2015

New religion curriculum to shake up classes at Catholic schools

Religious education in denominational schools has traditionally been developed by school patrons.

# national-council-for-curriculum-and-assessment - Wednesday 15 July, 2015

Growing up in Ireland: The recession made kids more badly-behaved

A new study assesses how children feel about living in Ireland.

# national-council-for-curriculum-and-assessment - Thursday 30 January, 2014

English, Irish, Maths... Politics: The Leaving Cert to get a new subject

Future TDs will be able to get a head start on what they need to know, as part of new plans confirmed by the Education Minister.

# national-council-for-curriculum-and-assessment - Thursday 4 October, 2012

Formal Junior Cert exams abolished under new system

Reforms announced by Ruairí Quinn this afternoon replace terminal exams with continual assessment – with the terminal exams scrapped altogether by 2020.