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Council Partners Education News
Kildare County Council’s Library Service has installed two story trails in Linear Park, Newbridge and along Carton Avenue in Maynooth. Launched by the Cathaoirleach of the County of Kildare, Cllr. Naoise O’Cearuil, the outdoor story walks are for everyone to enjoy. Follow the story boards from beginning to end, just like a book, reading as you […]
Education News Technology
Minister for Education Norma Foley TD announced the publication of the Digital Strategy for Schools to 2027 and the payment of €50 million in grant funding for digital technology infrastructure to all recognised primary and post-primary schools. This strategy will advance the embedding of digital technologies across teaching, learning and assessment, building on the work
Council Partners Education News
Marking International Transgender Visibility Day on March 31st, Cork County Council’s Library and Arts Services will be running a dedicated phone line from Library HQ to facilitate people with or awaiting a Gender Recognition Certificate in registering or changing their details to their preferred name and gender for their library account. Council Library staff are
Council Partners Education Health News
Clare County Council has been awarded €78,500 under the Disability Participation and Awareness Fund (DPAF) 2021 to promote and implement the Autism Aware County Clare programme. This multi-level, county-wide training programme will increase awareness of autism spectrum disorder in the wider community. Given that one in every 65 children of school age has an autism […]
Business Education News
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris and Minister of State for Skills and Further Education Niall Collins have launched the National Apprenticeship Alliance (NAA). As set out in the ‘Action Plan for Apprenticeship, 2021 to 2025 ’, the NAA will have an advisory role in relation to the development of […]
Education Environment News
To engage with Irish practitioners across the country, the Department of Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering in Trinity College Dublin are delighted to invite you to join the free Engineering for Climate Action Lunchtime Lecture Webinar Series. The series will be held on subsequent Wednesday lunchtimes, from 13:00 – 14:00, between the 23rd of March and
Education News
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, has announced the second National Review of Gender Equality, which is being carried out by an expert group, on behalf of the Higher Education Authority (HEA). Minister Harris said, “we have seen significant improvements across higher education when it comes to gender equality. […]
Education News Tourism
Minister for Tourism Catherine Martin TD and Fáilte Ireland launched a new Transition Year Work Experience Programme to provide tourism and hospitality businesses with a direct link to students looking for work experience placements. The National Tourism Development Authority has developed the programme to help businesses in the sector provide structured, high quality work