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#Numeracy

# numeracy - Friday 18 October, 2013

Maths Week puzzles: The Answers

Each morning this week we’ve been tickling your brains with numerical teasers – here are the answers you’ve been waiting for.

Maths Week: Friday's puzzle of the day

We’re setting you a little brainteaser each day this week to highlight a drive to improve the country’s numeracy skills.

# numeracy - Wednesday 16 October, 2013

Maths Week: Wednesday's puzzle of the day All Adds Up This post contains a poll

Maths Week: Wednesday's puzzle of the day

We’re setting you a little brainteaser each day this week to highlight a drive to improve the country’s numeracy skills.

# numeracy - Monday 14 October, 2013

Maths Week: Monday's puzzle of the day All Adds Up This post contains a poll

Maths Week: Monday's puzzle of the day

We’re setting you a little brainteaser each day this week to highlight a drive to improve the country’s numeracy skills.

# numeracy - Saturday 12 October, 2013

'Fear of maths' affecting careers and the economy

Director of Maths Week says numeracy skills are vital – and not just for jobs.

# numeracy - Monday 24 September, 2012

Literacy difficulties lead to 5 per cent reduction in earnings

A new ESRI study has examined the workplace experiences of people with literacy and numeracy difficulties.

# numeracy - Wednesday 13 June, 2012

Calls made to prioritise training for unemployed with literacy, numeracy difficulties

New research, published today, shows training schemes for individuals with literacy problems are even more beneficial than the average.

# numeracy - Saturday 10 March, 2012

Column: We’re all being misled. Why? Because we don’t understand numbers

Misunderstandings and lazy reporting of statistics can lead to everything from wrongful convictions to tragic deaths, writes David Robert Grimes.

# numeracy - Saturday 9 July, 2011

Junior Cert cut to eight subjects under new government plan

Students will be limited to eight exam subjects so that they have more time to devote to literacy and numeracy skills.

The 9 at 9: Saturday

Nine things to know this morning – including the latest on the NOTW scandal, and radical reform for College Green and the Junior Cert…