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# gaelscoileanna

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2022
# gaelscoileanna
‘Déanann an Stát infheistíocht i rud a chailltear sa mheánscoil ansin’: Na dúshláin do Ghaelscoileanna
“Níl mé ábalta coinneáil suas le cá mhéad uair a bhí orm a rá le tuismitheoirí, ‘Tá an ceart agat chun oideachas a fháil do do leanbh, ach ní ceart agat oideachas a fháil trí mheán na Gaeilge’.”
# gaelscoileanna
'The State invests in something that's then lost at secondary school': The challenges for Gaelscoileanna
“I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve had to tell parents,‘You have a right to education for your child, but not a right to Irish-medium education.”
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Education Minister begins search for patrons of three new Dublin primary schools
The schools will open next September.
Voices
Opinion: This Seachtain na Gaeilge, we should celebrate the rise of the Gaelscoil Generation
Gaelscoileanna increased in numbers in the last 40 years, and now we have young business leaders with a passion for Gaeilge, writes Daithí de Buitléir.
# oideachas
Five new gaelscoileanna to be opened in Dublin over next three years
“I want to help address the imbalance in the availability of Irish-medium education,” Education Minister Joe McHugh said.
# Schools
School without a premises – with seven months left until opening day
The Department of Education says it is searching for a site for the school, which is due to open in September.
# young sci 2014
Can non-Irish-speaking parents help their gaelscoil children with homework?
Plus, does playing music in the milking parlour influence the quality and amount of millk that cows produce?