Wednesday July 8, 2020

English language schools agree on improved standards for sector

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
2nd June, 2019
Grafton College in Dublin

English language schools have agreed new measures to improve standards in the sector after a series of high-profile collapses. There are fears that there may be an influx of rogue operators into the sector after Brexit, which will leave Ireland as the only English-speaking country in the EU.

Marketing English in Ireland got agreement for a new charter to provide better rights for teachers in the 66 language schools it represents, including assurances that their...

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