Ireland’s Yearbook of Education

Record and think-tank on education policy, practice and innovation.

Edited by Brian Mooney

Calling all Authors featuring in this year’s edition of Ireland’s Yearbook of Education (2018-2019).
Please use the Transmission Form on this site to submit your article.

Ireland’s Yearbook of Education

Free access to this year’s edition online.

Article of the Week

World-Class Universities: what are they, and why are they relevant?

By Professor Andrew J Deeks

Education Matters Blog

The Educator’s Platform

Principals in Crisis

Angela Dunne outlines the intolerable working conditions of primary school principals in Ireland.

Principal’s Application Form

Liam Horan advises on how to answer the questions in a way that will help you to get the job.

Volunteer Teacher Sought for One Year

Sylvia Katete Gavigan explains why Education is vital for Girls in Uganda.

Best Long Term Partnership

‘Music Generation’ is the proud winner of the 2018 Allianz Business to Arts Award.

Online Mindfulness Training for People with MS

Psychology experts at NUI Galway have developed a new online treatment programme to help people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

The new Leaving Certificate Computer Science Exam

The first ever Leaving Cert exams in Computer Science will take place in June 2020.

Celebrating Diversity

Do we believe that human diversity in all its many forms is enriching for us as a society and as individuals?

Winner of Lifetime Achievement Award

Editor honoured for outstanding contribution to education.

Are we Blockchain-ready?

Blockchain is the new kid on the Irish Technology block.


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