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Eagarthóirí Taighde – Fiontar

Samhain 27, 2013

Eagarthóirí Taighde (2 phost); Conarthaí suas le 3 bliana

Tá FIONTAR ag earcú taighdeoirí ar conradh chun oibriú ar thionscadail éagsúla sna daonnachtaí digiteacha Gaeilge. Tá cúig thionscadal taighde faoi chúram FIONTAR faoi láthair, agus beidh obair ar na tionscadail éagsúla i gceist: www.logainm.ie, www.focal.ie, www.ainm.ie, www.iate.europa.eu (na téarmaí Gaeilge) agus www.duchas.ie chun Cnuasach Bhéaloideas Éireann a dhigitiú agus a fhoilsiú ar líne i gcomhar le UCD.

Tá meitheal taighde lánaimseartha in FIONTAR agus beidh na heagarthóirí a cheapfar ag obair i ndlúthpháirt leis an bhfoireann sin.

-Céim PhD nó a hiontamhail mar aon le bunchéim onóracha sa Nua-Ghaeilge.
-Taithí chuí ar obair thaighde.
-Caighdeán an-ard sa Ghaeilge scríofa.
Tá sonrúchán na bpost seo ar fáil ar www.dcu.ie/vacancies/current.shtml

Modh iarratais:
Tá foirmeacha iarratais ar fáil ón suíomh DCU Current Vacancies (open Competitions) ag www.dcu.ie/vacancies/current.shtml agus ó:
Human Resources Department,
Ollscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath,
Glas Naíon,
Baile Átha Cliath 9.
Fón: +353 (0)1 700 5149.

Ba chóir iarratais a aighniú ar r-phost chuig hr.applications@dcu.ie nó ar facs +353 (0)1 700 5500 nó sa ghnáthphost chuig:
Human Resources Department,
Ollscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath,
Glas Naíon,
Baile Átha Cliath 9

Scála Tuarastail: Eagarthóir Taighde: €37,750–€38,860–€40,003

Spriocdháta iarratais: Dé hAoine, 13 Nollaig 2013.

Reáchtálfar agallaimh an tseachtain dár tús 13 Eanáir 2014.

Fostóir comhdheiseanna is ea Ollscoil Chathair Bhaile Átha Cliath.

Tá na poist seo á gcómhaoiniú le deontas taighde ón Roinn Ealaíon, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta

Foilsithe ar Gaelport.com 27 Samhain 2013

More schools send all pupils to third level education

Samhain 27, 2013

Fee-paying schools claim majority of places that have a high entry-point requirement

Non fee-paying schools dominate the 2013 league tables for sending students into third-level education, accounting for three-quarters of the top 100 schools. However students from fee-paying schools and Gaelscoileanna claim the vast majority of places that have a high entry-point requirement. These students capture most of the places in teacher-training, medicine, dentistry and law, according to The Irish Times Feeder Schools list published today. Broadly, there is little difference between the performance of fee-paying and State schools in the overall feeder list, which shows how many students each school sends to each third-level institution.

However, once again, the list of schools which send students to high points courses in the universities, teacher-training colleges, DIT and the Royal College of Surgeons, is almost entirely dominated by fee-paying schools. Here, the top nine schools are all fee-paying: eight of these are in south Dublin while one, Glenstal Abbey, is a boys boarding school in Limerick with day fees of just over €10,000. The 10th place on this list is taken by Coláiste Íosagáin, a girls Gaelcholáiste in Stillorgan, south Co Dublin. Seven of the remaining top 20 schools on this list are also fee-paying. This is a consistent annual pattern in the lists and suggests that the highest-earning professions – including business and finance and some science careers – have a higher proportion of people who attended a private school.

The numbers of schools that effectively send all of their students into third level has continued to climb in 2013 with almost one in seven schools achieving this. There were 97 schools in this top group. The figures also show, however, that little has changed in terms of access to higher education, with children in well-off neighbourhoods much more likely to attend third level than those in less advantaged areas. There are 17 schools in the top 100 in south Dublin – 14 of them fee-paying – while north Dublin boasts only two, Castleknock College and Ard Scoil Rís.

Attendance at a grind school does not seem to guarantee a third level place, the figures show. Only one, Ashfield College, Templeogue, Dublin, was among the top schools with all students attending third level. The league tables also highlight the importance of having an institute of higher education nearby as a way to increase student access and participation. Students are much more likely to attend college if there is a local third-level institute.

Data for these tables comes from the publicly funded third- level institutions and the State Examinations Commission.


Assessing school league tables

Samhain 27, 2013

Sir, – Gráinne Faller (“Parents need transparent information on schools”, Opinion, November 27th), declared there should be a debate on school performance tables.

Just over a fortnight ago, the Chief Inspector’s Report 2010-2012 was published. It contains an analysis of all 2,378 inspections which took place in second-level schools during this period, including surveys of 29,000 students and 20,000 parents. School inspection reports, which are available to the public online, contain factual information on the performance of each school across domains such as the quality of school management, the quality of supports for students and the quality of teaching and learning in subjects. In other words, contrary to Gráinne Faller’s claim that parents do not have easy access to information on schools, these reports answer key questions such as: Is the school well run? Are there good student support structures? Are the subjects taught in a manner consistent with improving educational outcomes for students?

League tables are based on a narrow and distorted view of second-level education, ie that it is all about exam results and CAO points. League tables tell us very little about schools because they ignore the multi-faceted work they do. League tables do not consider that each school and student is unique. They fail to see merit in the fact that schools set and meet goals based on the individual needs of their students. League tables dismiss the challenges faced a nd of ten overcome by s t udents and t eachers in every school in the country. The real debate in education is not about league tables, it is about what we want as a society and how schools can work to help us achieve that. At present only 55 per cent of second-level students in Ireland transfer to higher education. Despite the ongoing publication of feeder-school league tables, second-level schools continue to operate on the premise that their mission is to assist all students to achieve their potential as young people and as citizens.
However, if the message is that league tables matter more, all young people, and indeed all of society, will come to suffer.
– Yours, etc, PAT KING, ASTI General Secretary, Winetavern Street, Dublin 8.

Sir, – Can I deduce from the school “league tables” (2013 School League Tables supplement, November 26th) that if the pupils from schools where a minority proceed to third-level education were transferred to fee-paying schools or Gaelscoileanna that virtually all of these pupils would then all go on to third-level and capture many o f the places on high points entry courses? – Yours, etc, JOSEPH MACKEY, Kilkenny West, Glasson, Athlone, Co Westmeath.

Sir, – I refer to your publication of feeder tables to Irish institutions of higher education and to Gráinne Faller’s article on the measurement of schools’ academic performance (Opinion, November 27th).
At St Columba’s College, we have long championed the rights of parents to have a s much information as possible regarding the school’s performance in public examinations and this is why we always publish an average points score per candidate in the annual Leaving Certificate. This information is promulgated on the college website together with information about results against national averages. I know of no other school in Ireland which is so open about its results, but would certainly welcome similar openness from other institutions. In 2013, St Columba’s had an average CAO points score of 466 per candidate across all papers taken at all levels. Over the past five years, it has had an average score of more than 450 points per candidate. Regrettably, however, this outstanding achievement is not recognised in your tables because, by your own admission, the information you have at your disposal is limited. It is time there was much more transparency for parents – and the wider public – in the information given out by schools in Ireland. – Yours, etc, Dr LJ HASLETT, Warden, St Columba’s College, Dublin 16.

A chara, – It is always an interesting set of data, but one wonders whether the use of the “per cent progression” figure is in any way reflective of how particular schools are performing in the year in question. The sample population that would be most instructive as to how well our schools and students are doing, is surely the performance of that year’s Leaving Cert cohort. The “per cent progression” number includes a school’s students who are repeating first year in university as well as mature students. This skews the school performance data potentially significantly given that only 71 per cent of this year’s college registrations sat the Leaving Cert in 2013. Therefore, though perhaps unlikely, it i s possible for a school whose alumni had statistically significantly high failure rates in their first year exams and elect to repeat the year, to appear higher on the league list than a school where every one of its Leaving Cert 2013 students progressed to university. This surely suggests the data as presented should be interpreted with care. The data source is not something The Irish Times can control, but I am sure most who scour these league tables would rather a “pure” dataset, based solely on analysis of those who sat the current year’s Leaving Cert. That would allow us develop real indicators of how our secondary schools and our students are performing over time. – Is mise, DES O’SULLIVAN, Springfort, Montenotte, Cork.

A chara, – It is ironic that on the day you publish dubious “league tables”, Dan Flinter’s appointment as chair of The Irish Times Ltd should be announced (Home News, November 26th). A very wise appointment. Dan Flinter went to the same school as myself, CBS Athy. Out of perhaps 25 Leavi ng Cert graduates in the three years during which Dan Flinter graduated, one became editor of a national newspaper, another a university vice president, a third an enormously successful business consultant in the US, etc. And not a fee in sight! And there was me! – Yours, etc, BRENDAN RYAN, Senator 1981-92, 1997-07, CBS Athy 1964, The Orchards, Montenotte, Cork.


Scaradh na gcompánach

Samhain 27, 2013

Tá Conradh na Gaeilge i ndiaidh éirí as ballraíocht Chomhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge, scátheagraíocht na n-eagras deonach teanga.

Tá an dá eagras in iomaíocht le chéile le stádas “ceanneagraíochta” a bhaint amach faoi scéim nua mhaoinithe Fhoras na Gaeilge. Dúirt urlabhraí ón chomhdháil go leanfadh an dá eagras den chomhoibriú. Mar sin féin, bhí sé de cheart acu mar “scátheagraíocht ar earnáil dheonach na Gaeilge, agus mar lárchomhairle phobal na Gaeilge … bheith rannpháirteach go hiomlán sa phróiseas a bhaineann leis an múnla nua maoinithe ag Foras na Gaeilge, agus gach iarracht a dhéanamh chun stádas ceanneagraíochta a bhaint amach, ar mhaithe le balleagraíochtaí uile na comhdhála, (iad siúd atá maoinithe agus iad siúd nach bhfuil), agus ar mhaithe le pobal na Gaeilge”.

A mhalairt de thuairim a bhí ag an chonradh. Thug siad le fios nár chóir don chomhdháil dul in iomaíocht lena cuid ball féin. Chreid an conradh “go láidir” nárbh é an ról a bhí ag an chomhdháil dul in iomaíocht le balleagraíocht má bhí sé “ar chumas na heagraíochta sin an obair a dhéanamh – ní hamháin mar gheall gurbh é sin atá luaite i mbunreacht na comhdhála, ach ar bhonn prionsabail chomh maith”. Lena chois sin, d’fhógair Foras na Gaeilge an tseachtain seo caite go raibh cuireadh tugtha do 13 eagraíocht aighneachtaí a dhéanamh faoin chéad chéim eile den phróiseas maoinithe. Bhuail Foras na Gaeilge leis na heagrais Dé Aoine, 15ú Samhain agus “rinneadh plé agus tugadh soiléiriú ar cheisteanna a bhain leis na haighneachtaí”.

Is í an Aoine, 6ú Nollaig, an spriocdháta d’aighneachtaí. Dhéanfadh an foras measúnú ar na hiarratais. Tá sé i gceist acu bualadh leis na heagraíochtaí a bheas ar an ghearrliosta ag tús na bliana úire; déanfaidh an bord cinneadh faoi na ceanneagraíochtaí ar 17ú Eanáir.


Comhghairdeas leis na scoileanna lán-Ghaeilge a luadh i Sraith na Scoileanna de chuid an Irish Times

Samhain 27, 2013

Ba mhór le Gaelscoileanna Teo. comhghairdeas a dhéanamh leis na scoileanna lán-Ghaeilge a ainmníodh i Sraith na Scoileanna de chuid an Irish Times. Tá oideachas den scoth á sholáthar ag na scoileanna lán-Ghaeilge ag an mbun agus iarbhunleibhéil ar fud na tíre, agus cáil agus éileamh orthu dá bharr. Tá tuilleadh eolais maidir le Sraith na Scoileanna le léamh anseo.

An múnla nua pléite ag cruinniú CATT

Samhain 26, 2013

Tionóladh cruinniú den Chomhairle Aireachta Thuaidh Theas (CATT) in Ard Mhacha ar 20 Samhain 2013.

Mar a tuairiscíodh ar Gaelport.com an tseachtain seo, tá gearrliosta i dtaca le próiseas iarratais an mhúnla nua maoinithe roghnaithe ag Foras na Gaeilge.

Beidh go dtí 6 Nollaig ag 14 eagras ar éirigh leo céim 2 den phróiseas a bhaint amach aighneachtaí substainteacha a ullmhú mar chuid den chéad bhabhta eile den iarratas. Bunaithe ar mheasúnú na n-aighneachtaí scríofa, cuirfear ceannasaithe agus cathaoirligh na n-eagras faoi agallamh idir 6 agus 10 Eanáir 2014.

Le linn an chruinnithe, nótáil na hAirí an dul chun cinn atá déanta go dtí seo ag Foras na Gaeilge le linn na tréimhse Iúil-Samhain 2013 i dtaca leis an múnla nua maoinithe a thiocfaidh in áit i 2014. I dtuarascáil a sholáthar Foras na Gaeilge, cuireadh síos ar “Bearta leanúnacha do chur i bhfeidhm na socruithe nua maoinithe, lena n-áirítear léirithe spéise a lorg ó eagraíochtaí incháilithe ar mian leo go ndéanfaí breithniú orthu nuair atá eagraíocht cheannais á roghnú”.

Chuir Foras na Gaeilge in iúl le déanaí gur cuireadh moill ar cheapachán Chomhairleoir Bainistithe Athraithe, a chabhróidh na heagraíochtaí a chuir in oiriúint do na socruithe úra, go dtí Eanáir 2014. Scríobh baill an Fhóraim (grúpa a chuimsíonn 80% de na heagrais bhunmhaoinithe reatha) chuig Airí na CATT roimh chruinniú na seachtaine seo ag iarraidh go síneofar an próiseas reatha de bharr na moille seo.

Glacfar cinneadh i leith na 6 cheanneagraíocht ag cruinniú de Bhord Fhoras na Gaeilge ar 17 Eanáir 2014.

©Foilsithe ar Gaelport.com 21 Samhain 2013


An Coiste Rialtais ar an nGaeilge cáinte ag an bhfreasúra

Samhain 26, 2013

Níor tháinig an Coiste Rialtais ar an nGaeilge agus ar an nGaeltacht le chéile ach faoi dhó le bliain anuas.

Rinneadh an Coiste Rialtais, a bhfuil an Taoiseach ina chathaoirleach air, a cháineadh go géar sa Dáil le linn phlé ar an Straitéis 20 Bliain don Ghaeilge an tseachtain seo.

Ag freagairt cheisteanna a d’ardaigh Micheál Martin TD (Fianna Fail), Gerry Adams TD (Sinn Féin) agus Joe Higgins TD (Páirtí Sóisialach), chuir an Taoiseach Enda Kenny in iúl nár tionóladh ach dhá chruinniú le bliain anuas den Choiste Rialtais ar an nGaeilge a bunaíodh le maoirseachta a dhéanamh ar dhul chun cinn na Straitéise 20 Bliain don Ghaeilge.

Seoladh an Straitéis i 2010 leis an mór sprioc chun líon na gcainteoirí Gaeilge laethúil lasmuigh den chóras oideachais a ardú ó 83,000 duine go dtí 250,000 duine thar thréimhse 20 bliain. Leagtar amach naoi réimse gnímh sa Straitéis, ina measc tá cúrsaí oideachais, An Ghaeltacht, An Teaghlach (Idirghabháil go luath), Riarachán, Seirbhísí agus Pobal, Na Meáin agus an Teicneolaíocht, Foclóirí, Reachtaíocht agus Stádas, Saol Eacnamaíochta agus Tionscnaimh Leathana.

Léirigh pobal na Gaeilge an-mhíshástacht mí Iúil na bliana seo nuair a d’fhoilsigh an Roinn Ealaíon, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta tuarascáil ar dhul chun cinn na Straitéise. Ó shin tá beartaithe ag an Roinn Ealaíon, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta deireadh a chur le maoiniú Eagraíocht na Scoileanna Gaeltachta Teo. ó mhí na Nollag na bliana seo agus tá fógartha ag an Roinn Caiteachais Phoiblí agus Athchóirithe go dtiocfaidh deireadh leis an gcóras a thugann marcanna bónais dóibh siúd a thugann faoi scrúduithe earcaíochta an státchórais trí Ghaeilge.

Chuir an Taoiseach in iúl gur tugadh €500,000 i dtaca leis an Straitéis mar chuid den cháinaisnéis i mí Dheireadh Fómhair na bliana seo agus go bhfuil an tAire Stáit don Ghaeltacht Dinny McGinley ag taistil mórthimpeall Ghaeltachtaí na tíre gach seachtain i leith chur i bhfeidhm polasaithe an Rialtais.

Cháin an freasúra beartais agus ciorruithe úra an Rialtais le linn an phlé mar aon leis an athrú a chuireadh i bhfeidhm ar chur chuige agus ar phróiseas roghnúcháin Bhord Údarás na Gaeltachta faoi Acht na Gaeltachta 2012 agus tuairisc an Phríomhchigire a foilsíodh an mhí seo caite ina n-aithnítear bearnaí suntasacha i bhfoghlaim agus i múineadh na Gaeilge sa chóras oideachais.

©Foilsithe ar Gaelport.com 22 Samhain 2013


Maolú na Gaeilge san AE

Samhain 26, 2013

Tá iarrtha ar an gCoiste Rialtais ar an nGaeilge agus an Ghaeltacht go n-iarrfaí go hoifigiúil deireadh a chuir leis an maolú ar stádas na Gaeilge mar theanga oifigiúil den Aontas Eorpach

Áirítear an Ghaeilge i measc 24 teanga oifigiúil agus oibre de chuid an Aontais ó bhí 2007 ann ach cuireadh maolú ar an stádas sin go dtí 2012, agus arís go dtí 1 Eanáir 2017, rud a chiallaíonn nach bhfuil de dhualgas ar institiúidí an AE gach cáipéis a aistriú go Gaeilge.

Le blianta anuas, tá Institiúidí éagsúla an AE cáinte ag lucht na Gaeilge as an mí-úsáid a bhaintear as an maolú stádais i leith cháipéisíocht a aistriú cé gur le dlíthe amháin a bhaineann sé. Tar éis don Ombudsman Eorpach gearán i gcoinne Pharlaimint na hEorpa a rinne an Dr Pádraig Ó Laighin a fhiosrú, chinn sé i mí Lúnasa na bliana seo gur chás drochriaracháin a bhí i dteip Pharlaimint na hEorpa a láithreán gréasáin a chur ar fáil i nGaeilge.

Dúirt Conradh na Gaeilge go gcruthófaí os cionn 180 post ach deireadh a chur leis an maolú agus gur ghá don Rialtas cinneadh a ghlacadh i leith na ceiste seo in am d’fheachtas earcaíochta an AE.

Dúirt Ard-Rúnaí Chonradh na Gaeilge, Julian de Spáinn, gur “Glacadh leis an Máltais mar theanga oifigiúil i 2004 agus d’éirigh leo fáil réidh leis an maolú a bhain leis an teanga sin taobh istigh de thrí bliana. Baineadh é seo amach trí chonarthaí sealadacha a thabhairt do go leor saineolaithe Máltaise chun deis a thabhairt dóibh an Fhraincis a thabhairt leo agus iad ag obair thall, ós rud é go bhfuil an tríú teanga riachtanach le go bhfaighfeá post buan mar shaineolaí teanga, agus d’fhéadfaí amhlaidh a chur i gcrích don Ghaeilge”.

Táthar ag éileamh go gcuirfí deireadh leis an maolú go luath agus go reáchtálfaí sraith comórtas earcaíochta do phoist bhuana agus do phoist ar chonarthaí sealadacha leis an AE sna blianta 2014, 2015, 2016 agus 2017.

©Foilsithe ar Gaelport.com 25 Samhain 2013


Tacaíocht d’ESG léirithe ag Uachtarán na hÉireann

Samhain 26, 2013

Mícheál D. Ó hUiginn “an-sásta tacú leis an obair go léir atá idir lámha ag Gaelscoileanna agus ESG chun an fhianaise a spreagadh go barr feabhais”

‘Ó fhianaise go barr feabhais’ ab ea téama Chomhdháil Ghaelscoileanna agus Eagraíocht na Scoileanna Gaeltachta (ESG) na bliana seo a reáchtáladh ar an mBóthar Buí i gCo. na Mí ag an deireadh seachtaine.

Is comhdháil bhliantúil í seo a dhíríonn ar gach duine atá bainteach leis an scolaíocht lán-Ghaeilge, múinteoirí agus príomhoidí na scoileanna ag an mbunleibhéal agus iar-bhunleibhéal ag a reáchtáiltear léachtaí, grúpaí sainspéise agus ceardlanna le linn an deireadh seachtaine agus bíonn an-tóir ar imeachtaí na comhdhála gach bliain.

Ba chúis mhór cheiliúrtha í comhdháil na bliana seo mar gheall go bhfuil Gaelscoileanna Teo. ag comóradh 40 Bliain in i mbliana agus cuireadh fáilte roimh aoi an-speisialta go deo, Uachtarán na hÉireann, Mícheál D. Ó hUiginn, ar Dé hAoine le tús a chur leis an deireadh seachtaine ceiliúrtha.

Sheol ESG Teimpléad do Pholasaí Gaeilge do bhunscoil Gaeltachta, áis a chabhróidh le scoileanna a bpolasaí Gaeilge a dhréachtadh, le linn an deireadh seachtaine.

Ag caint ag an gcomhdháil, dúirt Uachtarán na hÉireann Mícheál D. Ó hUiginn go bhfuil “ról an-tábhachtach ag na scoileanna Gaeltachta cumas sa Ghaeilge a chothú agus tacú le húsáid na Gaeilge i measc phobal na Gaeltachta”.

Ghlac Bord Stiúrtha ESG cinneadh i mí Dheireadh Fómhair na bliana seo go ndéanfaí an eagraíocht a scor de bharr go bhfuil diúltaithe ag an Roinn Ealaíon, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta aon mhaoiniú a chur ar fáil don eagraíocht ó thús na bliana seo chugainn ar aghaidh.

Bunaíodh ESG, atá lonnaithe i mBaile Bhuirne i gContae Chorcaí, sa bhliain 2006 mar scátheagraíocht do bhunscoileanna agus meánscoileanna Gaeltachta. Bhí ESG agus Gaelscoileanna i gcomhchainteanna maidir le cónascadh a shocrú idir an dá eagraíocht ó bhí 2011 ann, ach cuireadh bac ar na cainteanna seo toisc nár éirigh leis an dá mhaoinitheoir a bhí i gceist – Foras na Gaeilge agus An Roinn Ealaíon, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta – teacht ar aon réiteach maidir le cúrsaí maoinithe.

Chuir an Roinn Ealaíon, Oidhreachta agus Gaeltachta in iúl le déanaí nach bhféadfadh sí páirt a ghlacadh i gcomhráití idir dhá eagraíocht dheonach maidir le cónascadh na n-eagraíochtaí sin fad is a bhí an próiseas sin ag dul ar aghaidh.

“Údar dóchais do scoileanna na Gaeltachta an tacaíocht láidir a léirigh Uachtarán na hÉireann dá gcuid oibre, agus an tuiscint a léirigh sé ar thábhacht Eagraíocht na Scoileanna Gaeltachta,” a dúirt Anna Ní Chartúir, LeasChathaoirleach ESG.

©Foilsithe ar Gaelport.com 26 Samhain 2013


Rath na gaelscolaíochta léirithe i Sraith na Scoileanna 2013

Samhain 26, 2013

Foilsíodh Sraith na Scoileanna de chuid The Irish Times inniu inar ainmníodh 9 Gaelscoil ar éirigh le 100% de dhaltaí na bliana seo áit sa chóras tríú leibhéal a bhaint amach.

Cuirtear síos ar na scoileanna ba fhriothálaí i dtaobh an chórais tríú leibhéal sa tsraith bhliantúil agus léiríonn sraith 2013 go bhfuil ardú suntasach tagtha ar líon na scoileanna gan táille atá mar scoileanna friothála, 75% den 100 scoil is fearr. Tá Scoil Phobail Mhic Dara, Carna i gCo. na Gaillimhe, ainmnithe ar an tríú scoil friothála gan táille is fearr sa tír

Is iad na scoileanna táille atá mar cheannasaithe i dtaobh na ndaltaí a bhaineann áit amach ar na cúrsaí a bhfuil na pointí iontrála is airde ag baint leo, mar a bhíonn go hiondúil, agus is léir go bhfuil gaelcholáistí ag dul i bhfeidhm ar na cúrsaí airde freisin óir go bhfuil Coláiste Íosagáin, Stigh Lorgan; Coláiste Eoin, Stigh Lorgan agus Coláiste an Phiarsaigh, Gleann Maghair ainmnithe ar an liosta céanna.

Tá 9 Gaelscoil ainmnithe ar an liosta d’iar-bhunscoileanna na tíre ag cur 100% dá ndaltaí ar aghaidh chuig an gcóras tríú leibhéal:

• Coláiste Íosagáin, Stigh Lorgan
• Coláiste Eoin, Stigh Lorgan
• Coláiste an Phiarsaigh, Gleann Maghair
• Coláiste Ghobnatan, Baile Bhuirne
• Coláiste Cois Life, Leamhcán
• Gaelcholáiste Chiarraí
• Coláiste Laurel Hill FCJ, Luimneach
• Coláiste na Coiribe, Gaillimh
• Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne

Tá Scoil Phobail Mhic Dara, Carna i gCo na Gaillimhe, Coláiste an Phiarsaigh, Gleann Maghair agus Coláiste Laurel Hill FCJ, Luimneach ainmnithe ar liosta na scoileanna is fearr sa tír ó thaobh ráta na ndaltaí ar éirigh leo áit sa chóras tríú leibhéal a bhaint amach.

Ainmnítear Coláiste Íosagáin, Stigh Lorgan agus Coláiste Eoin, Stigh Lorgain ar an tríú agus an ceathrú scoil is fearr i gCo. Átha Cliath agus tá Coláiste Cois Life, Leamhcán ainmnithe mar uimhir 9 ar an liosta céanna.

Is iad na scoileanna táille, Gaelscoileanna agus scoileanna Stáit i gceantair rachmasacha ag a mbíonn na rátaí is airde.

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