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# homeschooling

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Considering homeschooling this September? Here's everything you need to know about the practical steps to take
There’s already an active community of homeschoolers in Ireland and getting started is not a difficult process, writes teacher and homeschooler Cliona Brophy.
Challenge against Leaving Cert calculated grades system opens before the High Court
Elijah Burke said the State’s decision means he cannot advance to third-level education for another year.
Teaching during the Covid-19 crisis: Four weeks in, the novelty has given way to inertia for some students
One secondary school teacher describes the swift and extraordinary changes that she and her students are adjusting to.
A 'virtual birthday' and an over-walked dog: One Irish mammy's experience of Covid-19 distancing
Amanda Magnier describes life for her family in isolation and finds the simplest of things bring the most happiness.
Homeschooling: Two experienced practitioners and two 'struggling to adjust' parents give their advice
Parents throughout Ireland are facing new and difficult challenges. What advice is there from those who’ve been doing this for years?
Homeschooling: 'We wanted our children to take responsibility and not to be dependent on us and teachers'
We want what any parent wants for their child, that they grow up to be happy, confident and capable adults, writes Cora McCauley.
Mother-of-six faces prison not paying fine after failing to be assessed for homeschooling
Monica O’Connor from Carlow will spend ten days in Mountjoy.