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Education recruitment drive aimed at graduates

NEW faculty is supporting a drive to draw in high-achieving graduates to teaching – as nearly 1/2 16-year-olds fail their English and maths GCSEs.

The latest statistics show that forty per cent of all 16-year-olds don’t accomplish a grade C in their GCSE English and maths exams, putt British children so much behind their international peers. 403 more words

Navtej Kohli CDC

Youth unemployment in Ireland is on the rise

The drop in the number of people on the Live Register has been welcomed, but concern has been expressed about the increasing number of young people signing on. 155 more words

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9 great reasons you might want to start freelancing

Many of my Facebook friends are aware of the fact that I have my 9-5 job, but I am also a freelance/entrepreneur.  I think it takes a special type of person, but if you’re that kind of person, 2014 maybe your year.   109 more words

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DCU@PNU

Last Thursday (26th June), the Irish Independent spotlighted the increasingly close ties between Ireland and Saudi Arabia. Standout stories from the 16-page stand-alone supplement included the first resident Ambassador of Saudi Arabia, Abdulaziz A. 506 more words

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Global summit seeks $3.5bn education pledges

In the previous funding round, the UK was the single biggest donor government.

The GPE is chaired by Julia Gillard, former prime minister of Australia. 393 more words

Navtej Kohli CDC

Samuel Garcia to Wesleyan

Congratulations to Samuel Garcia, a recent PhD from Yale, who is starting a 2-year Visiting Assistant Professor position at Wesleyan this summer.

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