Ireland’s Education Yearbook 2020

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Education Matters have announced the publication of Ireland’s Education Yearbook 2020. The yearbook features 60+ articles from all levels of education in Ireland and can be freely read online.

Ireland’s Education Yearbook has established itself as the indispensable guide to the world of education in Ireland, bridging the gap between practitioners, managers, researchers and policy-makers.

The mission of Ireland’s Education Yearbook is to record, year-on-year, in print and online, the story of Irish education. A think-tank on teaching and learning, the Yearbook aims to engage the education community in debate and to constitute a catalyst for positive progress in the Irish education system.

Ireland’s Education Yearbook is published each December by Education Matters®, with free online access to the complete book. In addition, a substantial number of print copies are produced for free distribution to managers and leaders in education.

Click here to access the 2020 edition

WHAT IS IRELAND’S YEARBOOK OF EDUCATION?

  • A RECORD: An accessible and comprehensive data and information resource covering the major milestones in a particular year in education in Ireland
  • A THINK TANK: A source of insightful commentary and blue-sky thinking on the big issues of the year in education
  • A CATALYST FOR CONSTRUCTIVE ACTION

COMPOSITION OF YEARBOOK

INTRODUCTION
Foreword by the Minister for Education & Skills
Executive Summary by Dr Brian Mooney

THEMES CHAPTER
Broad-brush topics that straddle all sectors of education

SECTORAL CHAPTERS
Early Childhood
Primary
Second Level
Further Education & Training
Higher Education
Research

AUTHORS

Authors featured in Ireland’s Education Yearbook 2020 are established leaders, academics, and experts in their field. The student voice is also included.


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