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2023 | In its 2024 pre-Budget submission, EDUCATE TOGETHER urges the Government to live up to its stated targets for Ireland’s education system and to properly resource that system by making available targeted and improved supports to schools, management bodies, and to the state’s education budget.
2023 | A new climate accelerator programme aimed at SMEs and start-ups operating in the built environment opened for submissions on Friday 11 August 2023.
2023 | New ASTI President Geraldine O’Brian tells the Government to get real about addressing the teacher shortage crisis.
2023 | Ireland’s South East Technological University (SETU) was launched globally to the international community at a special reception held in the US this week.
2023 | As part of a sustainability drive to be greener, Atlantic Technological University (ATU) campuses at Sligo and Letterkenny have made significant changes by “greening” canteen facilities.
2023 | University of Limerick has unveiled an ambitious plan towards carbon neutrality by 2030.
2023 | The very first cohort of the Transformational Leadership in Sustainability Programme was launched last week by the Irish Management Institute.
2023 | Over 1,000 young people and workers in youth-focused organisations attended the Creative Tech Fest event, which took place during the Kinia Creative Technology Week.
2023 | The Irish Management Institute (IMI) will host the first in a series of spring Senior Leaders Breakfast Briefings on Wednesday 29 March, 7.30-9 am, at the IMI Campus, Sandyford, Dublin 16.
Yearbook 2022 | Paul O’Donnell’s article sets out the context and rationale for teaching and learning outdoors in primary schools, and highlights various ways of incorporating its use by schools, including exemplars of practice.
Yearbook 2022 | Creating Our Future was a unique public-engagement activity on research, at a scale not previously undertaken in Ireland.
Yearbook 2022 | Legal Rights | The Irish Constitution promises that all children will receive a ‘certain minimum education’. This standard of education is not defined, and it remains unclear whether it is an objective standard or one tailored to a child’s ability.