Dr Brian Fleming commenced a study, early in 2019, to explore the level of resources needed to tackle the challenges facing DEIS schools.
As the UK’s exit from the EU plays out against the backdrop of COVID-19, cross-border collaboration in education and research provides no little solace in these anxious times.
A Publication examining the ‘Story Exchange Project’, the first-ever initiative of its kind in Ireland, was launched on 29 October 2020.
ASTI members have voted to take industrial action unless the Government immediately addresses key Covid-19 issues in schools.
Students’ Union has expressed serious apprehension about the continuation of schooling during Level 5 without new measures to support safety, wellbeing, and learning.
Tune in to a very special short film from The National Museum of Ireland - Country Life. featuring Traveller/Mincéir women speaking of their connection to their hair.
Five ADAPT research projects will address the road to recovery from COVID-19 and explore some of the secondary effects of the pandemic on society.
GMIT will partner with colleges nationwide to host exciting online coding activities for 7-17 year-olds, as part of DojoMór2020.
Irish economic experience in lockdown tells a tale of two economies – large declines alongside robust growth. Despite experiencing a relatively strict and prolonged “lockdown” compared to other countries in Europe, the decline in economic activit...
This autumn, Institute of Technology Carlow reflects with gratitude as it marks a 50-year milestone since it first offered higher education programmes to learners across the southeast.