11/5/2009

The Teachers' Union of Ireland opposes changes to the Junior Certificate programme, saying that changes to the exam should be done to benefit education, not to save money. Some have speculated that the government may end the exams to reduce costs. "From an educational perspective, we believe that parents and pupils do need a form of evaluation of progress in or around the age of 15," a union official said.

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