Life goes in circles – or so the saying goes. This certainly was the case when “Trinity News“, the campus newspaper of Trinity College Dublin, approached Caroline Carswell from Sound Advice, to pen a piece on a Rag Week 2012 event. Read the piece: Making A Noise For Deaf Kids After cutting her publishing teeth with
Dublin’s Southside People newspaper (July 6th edition) mentions how a young deaf pupil at a Dublin school is at risk of losing her classroom SNA (special needs assistant), if the current SNA-funding crisis is not resolved. Parents’ pain at special needs education cuts This Wednesday (July 13th), the Dail Technical Committee is meeting to dedicate their
In Ireland, the Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) free pre-school year is set to open up equal education opportunities to children nationwide. The scheme, which is to be rolled out from January 2010, will be available to all pre-schoolers in Ireland, born between 2 February 2005 to 30 June 2006 (exemptions are made for
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