# Ruairí Quinn

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'Bordering on sexist': Quinn criticised for 'highly feminised audience' comments at teachers' conference
Ireland's primary school principals are at breaking point, says INTO
School students could start late or finish early instead of going to religion classes
Poll: Should children be allowed to go home early to avoid religion class?
What are AIB and Permanent TSB doing to help people in mortgage arrears?
'Appalling indignity': Government to revisit opening State redress scheme to Bethany Home survivors
Government approves another €60k for parental anti-bullying training
Every school in Ireland must adopt an anti-bullying policy within the next two weeks
Teachers have voted for strike action against changes to the Junior Cert
Legislation aims to 'inspire confidence' in schools enrolment policies
Quinn backs Labour on whistleblowers… after Kenny tells ministers to air concerns privately
Demand from parents leads to four new multi-denominational schools
Quinn: I’d see Frank Flannery walking with Fine Gael advisors before Cabinet meetings
WIT aiming to create some 600 jobs for the south-east
Final cost of abuse fund to reach €1.46bn, religious orders still short on their contribution
A coding textbook for Irish secondary schools could be written in one day
Here are the winners and losers from the Paddy's Day ministerial exodus
Quinn 'regrets' teachers' decision to ballot for industrial action
44 school abuse claims to be reviewed following O'Keeffe judgement
More boys are staying on in school to do the Leaving Cert
English, Irish, Maths... Politics: The Leaving Cert to get a new subject
Priests tell Ruairí Quinn to stop undermining religion in schools
Martin: “Insensitive” Quinn should “lay off” schools over religion
Tech institutes allowed to merge to form universities under new legislation
'Rock solid' - the relationship between Taoiseach and Tánaiste, says Ruairí Quinn
Quinn prepared to have Dept officials meet with concerned teachers
Quinn admits schools who operate book rental schemes won't benefit from new funding
Every secondary school will have access to high-speed broadband by September say ministers
Bad teachers can be punished more easily under new rules
Government to spend €15m replacing school prefabs in 2014
Reshuffle in late 2014 with junior ministers and backbenchers in line for promotion
Reading and maths grades continue to improve in DEIS schools — report
'I have no plans whatsoever to be the next EU commissioner' - Tánaiste
Teachers and Dept of Education to discuss concerns over Junior Cert reform
This is the school uniform questionnaire parents are being sent
Quinn on ESB strike threat: We're acutely aware of the seriousness of the situation
Government approves appointment of 390 new posts for special needs assistants
‘It must be a sign of his own desperation’: Here’s what Labour thinks of Keaveney’s FF switch
Irish teens above average in maths, reading and science 'despite damaging cuts'
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