Irish education system

    The Irish education system is made up of first, second and third-level education and of further education. Almost all education is funded by the State.

    Explains the new arrangements and conditions for exempting certain students from the study of Irish in primary and secondary school.

    The Irish Constitution (Bunreacht na h√Čireann) contains specific articles on education, religion, and the family, which affect how education is organised.

    This document describes the special arrangements for the education of children with special educational needs

    Information on the rights of parents to homeschool their children and how home schooling is regulated and assessed.

    Organisations such as parents' associations, parents' councils and other agencies provide parents with support and information about their children's education.

    Delivering Equality of Opportunity in Schools (DEIS) and other initiatives provide supports to address educational disadvantage.

    Explains the rules about admissions policies in schools in Ireland and changes under the Education (Admission to Schools) Act 2018.