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Ruth Coppinger 16h
Exams being marked downward for students from disadvantaged schools in Scotland could happen here. We need to expand 3rd level to meet demand rather than LC points race rationing. Massive investment in resources & ending precarity in 3rd level needed
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HistoryLC Aug 9
Helpful for History leaving cert students on the document based question..
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Nicola Kearns Aug 7
A question to everyone who said that 2020 should have gone ahead on July 29th....how would the SEC deal with the imminent lockdown of Kildare, Offaly & Laois?
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Yooni Aug 7
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david whelan 19h
Extremely serious questions being asked by ⁦⁩ on ⁦⁩ regarding the predictive grade system being used to assess our students this year. Will the Minister respond today?
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Eleanor 17h
Please reassure us that we will not be following Scotland in disproportionately suppressing the grades of students from disadvantaged areas.Don't make this another barrier of discrimination for them to face in life.
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Mairéad Ní Chuaig TG4 💋 Aug 5
When you opt, unrealistically, for the higher-level paper...
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Tony - Pod Guy - Groves 19h
Exclusive: Following an 18 month investigation we reveal a Sinn Féin plot placed thousands of working class children in working class schools in order to undermine the government’s reasonable efforts to use class discrimination in grading. Text your outrage to 53106.
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Ms ⌬'Sullivan Science Aug 8
Áine, age 20 months has been growing potatoes for most of her life 😂 . Shouting "tayto" with great excitement for her first
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Robert Chaney Aug 10
Looking forward to seeing what has to say about the education system. Presuming he has plenty of knowledge & experience in policy, research & practice in education matters.... oh wait! Will he address the key problem: & its affect on the ? +
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Ashfield College 14h
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Aisling Mulligan 20h
On Tuesday 11th of August 2020, I woke up short of breath after having the anxiety dream. Sitting in the pre’s completely unprepared, feeling like a fool. I finished secondary school almost 15 years ago🙈God bless the kids with their based nightmares.
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gavin Aug 10
send me suggestions on what i can do in life without my leaving cert. i’m not dropping out. im just going to fail bc fucked 60,000 students at once with her little roadmap that she swears by :)
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Trinity College Dublin Aug 5
A Reminder to - Teaching term for incoming undergrads will start on Monday, October 5, a week later than planned due to delayed publication of results. Freshers’ Week will begin on Monday, September 28.
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Chris Meudec Aug 10
Well done Nicola for putting students before the system. Systematic normalisation of results perpetuates education discrimination. This is one opportunity to erase them.
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Education Matters Aug 10
Asylum seekers without are now eligible for a third-level grant; Minister Simon Harris says he hopes relaxing the criteria for educational support will result in more people accessing third-level education
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Malcolm Byrne 5h
In June, I expressed concerns in this article about how predictive grading could impact unfairly on certain students if applied in a certain way. I also suggested solutions. must ensure all students are treated fairly.
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Spaniology Aug 7
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Chris Meudec 11h
Well done Scotland for reversing unjust normalisation of results based on previous years school results. A fairer way has been found. next?
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Dub8Lady Aug 10
The has one big advantage - it was based on students own performance. The problem in Scotland & also England is that past performance of schools were factored in. So students in an improving school, with variable results history were marked down. Grossly unfair.
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