About Michelle O'Hanlon
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Entries by Michelle O'Hanlon
“It is hugely disappointing to see Ireland ranking poorly amongst our European partners for our investment in education – 21 out of 28 countries. It’s particularly disappointing given Minister Bruton’s goal to make Irish education the best in Europe by 2026. While today’s report has some positives for Ireland, it shows we have a long […]
Irish Independent Saturday 21 October 2017 Second-level schools in Dublin are being particularly badly hit by teacher shortages because of the housing crisis across the city. There is a general lack of qualified teachers in a wide range of subjects, including Irish, home economics, and maths. Read More:
“Budget 2018 includes many positive elements for our education system. These include increased supports for areas of second level education, which were neglected or reduced during the downturn such as curricular reform. However, increased investment to cover the day-to-day costs of running our secondary schools must now also be prioritised,” according to Mr. Byrne “Today’s […]
Recruitment of Post-primary Inspectors of Construction Studies, English, Home Economics, Religious Education, and Special Education The Inspectorate of the Department of Education and Skills will be recruiting post-primary inspectors in the above subjects shortly. If you are interested in any of these positions, you can register your interest by registering with the Public Appointments Service […]
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- NAPD sets the scene for school reopening as Covid Committee hears from Ireland’s secondary school leaders 7th July 2020
- Teaching Transforms – Teacher Supply Newsletter 1st July 2020
- NAPD welcomes the appointment of new Minister for Education, Norma Foley, but describes challenges now facing post-primary education as the ‘most pressing in the State’s history’ 27th June 2020