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2023
DAA given green light to buy frequency jamming anti-drone technology for use at Dublin Airport
‘Sleeping at the wheel’: Minister Ryan comes under renewed criticism for drone disruptions
Plans for LC students to sit Paper 1 at end of fifth year to be deferred
No 'specific number' on how many children can participate in Summer Programme
Leaving Cert students ask Foley to keep 'no cliff edge' vow - and avoid clash with Harry Styles gig
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'It will drive people away': Student teachers on the potential threat to career breaks
Career breaks for teachers may be suspended in response to staff shortages
National bullying database to be set up under new 'landmark' action plan
‘Repulsive and shocking Spiritan revelations merit serious response’, says Education Minister
Close to 19,000 individual Leaving Cert results appealed this year, with more than 20% upheld
Tánaiste suggests 'nominal fee' for school bus tickets next year
Difficulties in procuring extra buses and drivers for school transport scheme, says Foley
Secondary school curriculum to be updated to address issues like domestic violence and consent
Delay in issuing Leaving Cert results 'will cause huge levels of additional stress and worry'
Norma Foley heckled at teachers’ union conference
Major revamp to Leaving Cert planned as fifth year students to sit some exams starting in 2024
Around 700 Ukrainian refugee children registered with schools so far, says Education Minister
Thousands of principals fear impact of teacher shortages as schools reopen today
Schools set to re-open on Thursday as safety measures deemed 'effective and appropriate'
ASTI warns return of schools is ‘unacceptable risk’ without new measures
School health measures to be reviewed before reopening next year
Taoiseach says he's ‘not entirely comfortable’ with children wearing masks in school
Taoiseach refuses to pin down decision date for antigen test subsidy scheme
Home by 10am: 'Misuse' of reduced school days leaving a generation of Traveller children 'lost'
350 new primary school teachers and over 1,000 new SNAs announced in Budget
Education Minister rejects accusation of ‘complacency’ over return of schools
Teachers not at increased risk of admission to hospital with Covid, study finds
Foley: Unvaccinated pregnant teachers can return to classrooms or take 'pregnancy related leave'
Here is the current guidance on vaccinating children against Covid-19
Education minister has 'every confidence' that schools will reopen as planned
Minister seeks to 'reassure parents' that a full reopening of schools is planned
Fianna Fáil ministers back Taoiseach as by-election fallout rumbles on
Leaving Cert 2022: Students will again have more exam choice due to Covid disruption
DEIS and non-DEIS schools compare favourably but report highlights inequalities
Religion in schools: 'My son was upset - a friend told him he wasn't going to heaven'
Education minister says oral exam marking is still 'ongoing' after concerns students were treated unfairly
D-Day for some 55,000 students as Leaving Certificate exams get under way
Leaving Cert students praised for ‘resilience and goodwill’ ahead of exams
'Vaccine lottery for SNAs': Union says jabs given to all staff in some schools while others overlooked
ASTI says vaccine meeting with public health experts and minister was 'unsatisfactory'