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Catholic Education at second-level in the Republic of Ireland, Looking to the future

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Fr Michael Drumm, Chairman of the Catholic Schools Partnership, Ms Gwen Brennan, Principal of Presentation Secondary School, Warrenmount, Dublin 8 with sixth year students: Lauren Gray, Nicole McKenna and Jodie McGuinness.

The future of Catholic secondary schools has been a matter of concern for all those involved in Catholic education over recent years. Monday 13 October 2014 saw  the launch of a new paper entitled Catholic education at second – level in the Republic of Ireland, Looking to the future.

The Catholic Schools Partnership (CSP) in co-operation with the Association of Trustees of Catholic Schools (ATCS) and the Association of Management of Catholic Secondary Schools (AMCSS) present this paper on the future of Catholic education at second level. All stakeholders in post-primary education are invited to engage in a conversation on the important issues raised in this text.

Download the PDF and an Executive Summary by following the links below:

Catholic education at second level in the Republic of Ireland – Looking to the Future

Executive summary of Catholic education at second level in the Republic of Ireland – Looking to the future

Listen to the opening remarks by Father Michael Drumm at the launch of Catholic Education at Second-Level in the Republic of Ireland by clicking on the link below:

Listen to the words of welcome by Ms Gwen Brennan, Principal of Presentation Secondary School, Warrenmount, Dublin 8, where the launch of Catholic Education at Second-Level in the Republic of Ireland took place, by clicking on the link below:

 

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