Travellers in education
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Travellers in education by Irish National Teachers" Organisation.

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Published by INTO in Dublin .
Written in English


  • Irish Travellers (Nomadic people) -- Education.,
  • Minorities -- Education -- Ireland.

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Edition Notes

StatementIrish National Teachers" Organisation.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii,65p. :
Number of Pages65
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21720665M

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1. Travellers in Education. Traveller’s Educational status is considerably lower than that of their settled peers. The Census in revealed that for % of Travellers, primary school education was the highest level of education they obtained and that % of Traveller children under the age of File Size: 1MB. Travelers MILTON is a fun reading environment in English for kids aged Through carefully selected readings it enhances reading speed, comprehension, and vocabulary. Raising the achievement of Traveller pupils is the responsibility of everyone within the education system. Ofsted has shown that Gypsy Travellers and Irish Travellers are the groups most at risk in the education Size: 2MB. Traveller Children and Education: Progress and Problems Cormac Forkan Abstract Figures from the Census of Ireland reveal that,at best,two thirds of all Travellers who have left school only possess primary level education. Considering the fact that only 2% of the non-Traveller population fit into this category, it is very clear thatFile Size: KB.

Travellers to positions of responsibility throughout the educational system. There needs to be specific staff dedicated to implementing a strategy of access of Travellers to teaching and youth work positions in particular, e.g., teaching on Youthreach, VTOS, Senior Traveller Training Centres, literacy courses. Gypsy & Traveller education good practice In , Research Report DFE-RR reported on the findings of a thorough research study on improving the outcomes for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils. Commissioned by one administration and published under the next, it does not appear to be adopted by. Education of Traveller children Taskforce on Traveller Education. In September the Department established the Taskforce on Traveller Education to Report of Taskforce on Traveller Education. The Taskforce has made a number of recommendations to improve the Traveller Child in Education. "Little Passports is the perfect gift for aunts like me or grandparents to help mix up things for busy parents. I love the combination of substantive learning and widening of horizons mixed with good fun. Keep up the great work!" JESS, Aunt.

For over 50 years, we’ve proudly partnered with educators like you to transform the way students look at the world—and themselves. That passion has grown our family-owned company into the world leader in international education with more than 1 million students experiencing our programs every year. Education. The number of Travellers attaining Junior and Leaving Certificates, and hence progressing to higher-level education remains well below the levels of non-Traveller peers. Low levels of attainment and the lack of validation of the Traveller way of life within the education system are a key concern of Traveller parents and within the Traveller community. Education – Key Issues What we are working towards: “Equality of outcomes for Travellers in education, where Travellers are welcomed and valued; with high expectations for Travellers in an inclusive, intercultural environment.” The key issues sadly remains that Travellers are not benefitting from the Irish education system.   The Traveller community in Ireland constitute a small minority in Ireland and their situation in the Irish Education system is characterised by inequalities in access to and benefits from education. The overall aim of this book is the documentation of the educational needs of Travellers and the evaluation of the educational offers by Adult and Author: Ricarda Motschilnig.