Online education packages get boost from school closures

No escape from homework as companies offer tuition packages and schools provide workplans for students.

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent @aarrogan
15th March, 2020
Online education packages get boost from school closures
Robbie Glynn, a maths teacher in Swords, has just launched The Learning Academy. Picture: Maxwells

Students hoping to avoid homework during the schools closure will be disappointed as a number of digital education tools are poised to fill the gap. owner Paul Kelly said there has been a surge in interest in recent days in the company, which offers pre-recorded lesson and homework packages to cover primary, Junior and Leaving Certificate subjects.

The government announced last week that school closures could be extended beyond the end of the...

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