Two Line Tuesday: Droichead – No Means Yes

In case anyone was wondering about the wording of the Droichead ballot, if you vote “yes” it means “no” to Droichead and if you vote “no,” it means “yes” to Droichead. Well, that’s nicely confusing.

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Anseo.net Newsletter #4

The Anseo.net Newsletter features my thoughts on the Irish Primary Education System. Read the full newsletter here Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been

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SET Allocations – Shownotes

Most people agree that despite the Department of Education claiming more SET hours (formerly Learning Support) are being given to children, it feels like we’re

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