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Language schools’ dispute over new regulations ends up in High Court

17th December, 2014

A row between English-language schools NED Training Centre and Academic Bridge, and education quango Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI), made its way to the High Court last week, following two months of controversy over new regulations for schools teaching international students.

The case is set to be heard on December 2.

At issue is the Department of Justice’s insistence that all schools teaching English here meet new QQ1 requirements, principally having Irish-based accreditation for their courses....

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