The education world internationally is abuzz with the arrival of micro-credential courses and qualifications. With the EU’s seal of approval last June, MicroCreds have added momentum.
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But what are they and will they change education for good? Niall Gormley has a look.
Amber Barrett has already had an extensive career in club and international football. She also has a teaching degree. She spoke with Niall Gormley
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Words: Niall Gormley | Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile
One of the most famous goals in gaelic football was scored in 1978 when Mike Sheehy of Kerry chipped Dublin goalkeeper Paddy Cullen with a quickly taken free off the ground.
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The recent announcement of an expansion to the DEIS scheme has raised questions about the ability of the education system to help disadvantaged student to overcome the hurdles they face. Does DEIS make a difference?
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