Educate Together confirmed as patrons at five new secondary schools

Educate Together confirmed as patrons at five new secondary schools

Educate Together have been confirmed as patrons at five of nine new secondary schools planned for 2015 / 2016.

The Minister for Education says the schools will provide additional places for up to 7,300 students in Cork, Cavan, Dublin and North Wicklow.

Four of the five schools will be run directly by Educate Together, a fifth will be run in conjunction with the the local Education and Training Board.

The remaining schools will be run by the ETB, the Edmund Rice Schools Trust, and the Catholic church.


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