Exceptional Ability and the Law: the legal framework for gifted education

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.
Lisa Quinn O'Flaherty, Solicitor and Partner at Fitzsimons Redmond LLP
Lisa Quinn O'Flaherty, Solicitor and Partner at Fitzsimons Redmond LLP

Lisa Quinn O’Flaherty’s article examines the needs of students with exceptional ability in Ireland, and the legal rights and supports available to them.

 

https://irelandseducationyearbook.ie/downloads/IEYB2022/YB2022-Research-05.pdf

 

 

 

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