How the new Minister for Education can hit the ground running

“It is time to prepare for a new Minister for Education. During my time as president of DCU this was a depressingly regular occurrence. One of the absolute certainties of life – you know, like bankers’ bonuses, or traffic jams in Drumcondra – was that each minister would hang around just long enough to shed their anti-third-level prejudices before they were moved away in a re-shuffle …” (more)

[Ferdinand von Prondzynski, Irish Times, 8 March]

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