All those minutes I wasted when subtracting any number from 1,000,000 in 6th class, when instead of renaming, I could have simply changed the million to 999,999 and subtracted from this instead then added one to my answer. Maybe if borrow and payback had been explained better, it might have survived.
The budget has reduced class sizes from 28:1 to 27:1, which will mean there will be more teachers hired from next September. The budget has not reversed any of the cuts to children with Special Educational Needs, English as an Additional Language, nor has it reversed any of the cuts to capitation grants or any … Read moreTwo Line Tuesday: Budget Summary Special
It’s back to school time for many pupils and we wish you all the best for the upcoming school year. We are also thinking of the children who cannot access a school place this year due being unbaptised and hope that our supposedly secular republic makes sure that they start taking responsibility for all of its citizens soon.
There’s rarely any good news stories about primary education in Ireland, less so from the Irish Independent, so nice to see we’re in the news for the right reasons. While I’m not particularly happy with how they’re measuring the success, I’m happy to take the good news in the media! http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/education/primary-pupils-significantly-better-at-maths-and-reading-than-five-years-ago-30901034.html