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# Joe McHugh

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Taoiseach confident government will defeat no-confidence vote tomorrow
Government loses Dáil majority as FG TD Joe McHugh votes against mica Bill and resigns party whip
Former Education Minister Joe McHugh will not stand in next general election
It is not envisaged that significant PPE will need to be worn when schools reopen, says minister
Two-metre rule 'would mean one day at school weekly for primary pupils'
Special summer school programmes with supports for children with special needs get green light
Plans to be announced for summer classes for children with special needs, or from disadvantaged areas
Minister for Education issues new court action against Western Building Systems
Some school children returning and others not 'would be discrimination' - Children's Ombudsman
Schools to only partially return in September if 2m-rule in force, Education Minister says
Over 98% of Leaving Cert students sign up for Calculated Grades system
Two-metre rule makes reopening schools in September difficult, minister says
The new Munster Technological University will be established in 2021
ASTI changes tack and is now advising its members to comply with the Leaving Cert calculated grades system
'That is a disgrace': Row erupts over claims 'school profiling' will discriminate against some students
'Too early' to say how schools will be able to re-open in September, says education minister
Leaving Cert: Here are the details of the new plan announced by the government
Minister announces Leaving Cert exams cancelled, all students to receive 'calculated grades'
'Alternative assessment models' discussed at meeting about Leaving Cert plans
Fianna Fáil says the time has come to cancel the Leaving Cert
Junior Cert students to receive 'certificates of completion' from State and written report from school
Latest plan for Leaving Cert will see exams start on July 29th, minister says
Majority of parents surveyed opposed to July/August start for Leaving Cert
Education minister to give clarity on Leaving and Junior Cert exams in coming days
A TV class for primary school children starts on RTÉ2 today at 11am
Government working on 'contingency plans' for Leaving Cert
Government examining how to continue with meals for vulnerable children during school closure
Leaving Cert and Junior Cert orals and practical exams cancelled - all students to get full marks
All first-year students will have to study history as part of the Junior Cycle from September
School secretaries to suspend work-to-rule industrial action to allow for WRC talks
'We just want what's fair': School secretaries protest nationwide as they conduct work-to-rule action
Education minister pleads with school secretaries to cancel planned industrial action tomorrow
€1m pilot scheme for schoolbooks for disadvantaged primary school pupils announced
Number of students in Irish-medium education could double under government plans
School secretaries unhappy with 'an absolute joke' 1.5% pay increase offer
Suggestions children aged 4 would be taught about masturbation called out as 'dangerous scaremongering'
20 to 30 new schools to be built across country as government issues contract worth €700 million
€30 million fund allocated for improvements at more than 400 schools
South Dublin schools urged to open more special needs places to tackle shortage
Repair works cost State €40m after concerns over structural defects at schools