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# Ruairí Quinn

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Costly college fees axed for migrants who become EU citizens
Ethics watchdog received nearly 400 complaints over Michael Lowry last year
Micheál Martin: Reversing special needs assistants cutbacks is only fair
Colm Keaveney hits back: The Labour chief whip is the 'professor of sniping'
Education Minister quizzed over needs of schoolchildren with Down Syndrome
‘We listened’: Minister reverses special needs education cuts
Government announces 6,000 extra third-level places for the unemployed
Children with Down Syndrome "let down" by resource allocation
Petition wants Minister to fire Eddie Shaw for giving pro-life leaflets to kids
Over 100 school prefabs to be replaced with permanent classrooms
And they're off: 116,845 pupils begin Leaving and Junior Cert exams
Quinn wishes students luck in exams during "stressful" time
Technological Universities to be created in higher education shake-up
‘I won’t take my eye off the ball’: Quinn promises better SUSI system
55 public-paid educators earning more than the Taoiseach
Over 2,200 students still without grants as college year draws to a close
Organ donation education project scoops Young Social Innovators award
Boys ditch homework and mitch school (but still better at maths than girls)
Column: We need to produce a generation of independent thinkers – history is the key
Fears of repeat delays to grants as SUSI retains a fraction of staff
Education Minister: ‘Do we really need 150 minutes of religion class per week?’
Ruairí Quinn: Even conservative groups know homophobic bullying is a problem
Principals want 'CAO-style' admissions for primary and secondary schools
'Nothing on the table' to provoke teachers' strike, says Minister
Applications open to determine patronage of four new primary schools
Column: To bring about any change, we must redefine what we expect from our politicians
Here's who is attending Thatcher's funeral on behalf of the Irish government...
'2,000 extra tech staff a year' with education and visa reforms – ministers
How parents are trying to raise €2 million on the internet to build a school in Clare
Ruairí Quinn: School enrolment to be 'more structured, fair and transparent'
Teachers' union votes to reject further talks on Croke Park 2
The Evening Fix... now with added Sinéad O'Connor puppet
Ruairí Quinn faces red cards and heckles during INTO address
Primary schools in 23 towns to change patronage following survey
Dept. of Education to overhaul Leaving Cert programme and points race
19 ministers set for overseas travel for St Patrick's Day
Column: Restricting young people's access to social networks would be a huge mistake
Two years' service means ministers now guaranteed to receive pensions
Poll: Should means testing for student grants include assets and savings?
New campaigns against cyber bullying launched