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Education in the Republic of Ireland

Education in the Republic of Ireland


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Education in the Republic of Ireland
Department of Education and Skills
Minister for Education and SkillsRichard Bruton
National education budget (2016)
Budget€9.069 billion
General details
Primary languagesEnglishIrish
System typeNational
Compulsory education1922
Literacy (2003)
Total99 %
Male99 %
Female99 %
Enrollment
Total1,091,632
Primary544,696
Secondary372,296
Post secondary174,640
Attainment
Secondary diploma89%
Post-secondary diploma47%
Life in Ireland
The levels of education in Ireland are primarysecondary and higher (often known as "third-level") education. In recent years further education has grown immensely. Growth in the economy since the 1960s has driven much of the change in the education system. For universities there are student service fees (up to €3,000 in 2015),[1] which students are required to pay on registration, to cover examinations, insurance and registration costs.[2][3]
The Department of Education and Skills, under the control of the Minister for Education and Skills, is in overall control of policy, funding and direction, while other important organisations are the National Qualifications Authority of Ireland, the Higher Education Authority, and on a local level the Education and Training Boards are the only comprehensive system of government organisation. There are many other statutory and non-statutory bodies that have a function in the education system. The current Minister for Education is Richard Bruton.

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