The Irish Examiner joins with the Department of Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht, and Limerick Education Centre on a series of articles about our archaeological legacy
FEARS have been expressed that dozens of Limerick city children, particularly those from disadvantaged areas, could be left without school places next year.
EDUCATION Minister Mary Hanafin yesterday intervened to ensure that a boy with cerebral palsy can continue in mainstream education at his local school.
FINE GAEL’S Michael Noonan has clashed with Education Minister Mary Hanafin over the secondary school placement system in Limerick.
DEFENCE Minister Willie O’Dea yesterday intervened in Limerick’s secondary school placement row.
Parents of Limerick primary school children who haven't received offers of a secondary school place for next year will hold a crisis meeting tomorrow night after a new school application system left up to 80 young children out in the cold.
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