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Gradam Gnó le Gaeilge business finalists announced

Gnó Mhaigh Eo in association with its partners has shortlisted 12 Mayo businesses which use Gaeilge for the Gradam Gnó le Gaeilge business comórtas.

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Mayo Advertiser
10 Bealtaine 2013

Time to scrap Irish exam bias

It emerged this week that pupils attend-ing private schools and those opting to take the Leaving Certificate through Irish were in the two highest categories that progressed to third-level education directly.

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Irish Examiner - Litir chuig an Eagarthóir
10 Bealtaine 2013

Mind your language

You reported on May 7 that those attending “fee-charging schools and those who receive an all-Irish education are most likely to go straight to college from school” and that “pupils attending schools in disadvantaged areas are most likely to drop out”.

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Irish Independent - Litir chuig an Eagarthóir
10 Bealtaine 2013

Leaders to give free talk on Gaelic in education

THE heads of two Western Isles education institutions are to give a free talk on Gaelic in education.

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Stornoway Gazette
5 Bealtaine 2013

Gaelic poetry and song in Aughnanure Castle

IN THE 16th century surrounds of Aughnanure Castle, just outside Oughterard, a concert of bardic poetry and mediaeval Irish harp music will be performed.

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Galway Advertiser
9 Bealtaine 2013


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