Education must aim for higher standards

Concerns raised in the report into the third-level sector must be addressed soon, or it will have a detrimental effect on the quality of education in Ireland

6th March, 2010

{ "#" : "What was Gandhi’s first name?" , "b" : "Question:"}

{ "#" : "Goosey?" , "b" : "Answer:"}

It might be an urban myth but this answer - attributed to a third-level student on British quiz show University Challenge -might raise a smile among the general public but, for some lecturers and employers, it’s no laughing matter.

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