Monday February 17, 2020

What it says in the papers

Varadkar favourite to lead Fine Gael and education authorities expect 30 per cent increased demand on college places here post-Brexit

8th July, 2016

- Some secondary school principals in south Dublin are expecting legal action from parents whose children will lose places as a result of proposed new laws which ban waiting lists.

- The Central Remedial Clinic will not pursue its former chief executive over a controversial €741,000 severance package.

- Education authorities are concerned that a Brexit will result in a 30 per cent jump in college student numbers as Irish students opt to stay at home to study.

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