Educate Together to apply to Department of Education to run four new secondary schools

Educate Together to apply to Department of Education to run four new secondary schools

Educate Together is to apply to the Department of Education to run 4 secondary schools set to open next year.

The schools are based in the Balmayne/Clongriffin area on Dublin, Galway city and Oranmore, Laytown and Drogheda in Co. Louth and Wicklow.

Once the applications are in, it will be up to locals to register their support.

- Digital Desk

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