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# Ruairí Quinn

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Quinn says CRC board should resign, Burton says salary claims are ‘disturbing’
"Initiative overload": ASTI bring Junior Cycle concerns to TDs and Senators
Trinity's 'sex toy' sculpture gets a visit from the Government (NSFW)
You can now earn a PhD from an Irish university — while sitting at home
ASTI recommends ballot of members on new proposals
Quinn "hopeful" for progress in ASTI dispute as areas of discussion identified
Parents to be asked if they want their children to wear school uniforms
School repair grants worth €68m reintroduced
Chief Inspector's Report highlights problems with Maths and Irish teaching
More upskilling courses needed to cash in on ICT growth
Damien Kiberd: Jihad against Junior Cert is bizarre
Three in three days: Another Labour councillor has resigned from the party
Post-grad grants cost €14.5 million in 2012/13
Almost 400 children enrolled in projects to prevent mainstream drop-out
Quinn on Budget 2014: 'We want to minimise the suffering as quickly as we can'
Unions to mount "intensive political campaign" against emergency financial law
Teacher substitution scheme cost almost €90 million last year
Column: An Open Letter to Ruairi Quinn
Some 3,000 students have had their grant refused or cancelled
Educate Together appointed patron of new schools in Dublin and Galway
"We're not just supplying teachers to the national market" - Education Minister
ASTI boss: Teachers' action is "not about pay"
Quinn: I'm not an aggressive secularist
Could Education Minister Ruairí Quinn be off to Europe?
'Another brick in the wall': Education minister on economic growth figures
Rumble in Ranelagh: McDowell and Quinn clash over future of Seanad
Protestant FG councillors say their schools are being discriminated against
Ruairí Quinn: 'The budget cut has to be less than €3.1 billion'
Almost 8,000 applicants turned down for grant by SUSI
Schools face ban on charging admission fees or interviewing parents on enrolment
Exam body blames 'human error' for mistakes in Leaving and Junior Cert
Ruairi Quinn considers cutting grants; students say ‘don’t even think about it’
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Quinn: Bonus Leaving Cert maths points could continue for three more years
Column: Serious exam question mistakes have shaken students' confidence in the process
Report for Quinn on Leaving Cert Maths paper errors "nearing completion"
€60.4 million spent on renting prefabs as classrooms over three years
Minister: There's a good chance Enda Kenny could lead the country until 2021