Making It Work: Platform aims to level the playing field for Leaving Cert students

JumpAgrade makes grinds more easily available and affordable to second-level students preparing for their Leaving Cert

3rd January, 2021
Making It Work: Platform aims to level the playing field for Leaving Cert students
David Neville and Pádraic Hogan of JumpAgrade, a social enterprise that aims to make personalised tuition more easily available to all secondary-school pupils in Ireland

Half of all families in Ireland pay for grinds for children preparing for the Leaving Cert in their final year of secondary school, according to David Neville, the co-founder of JumpAgrade. The priority for Neville, however, is the other 50 per cent of families who don’t have the money to pay for this personalised tuition.

He is the co-founder of JumpAgrade, a social enterprise launched three years ago in Limerick. His aim is to...

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