The latest Irish education news from the US and Ireland - from studying in Ireland and abroad, to tips on learning Irish language, and more.
With 33 million Americans claiming Irish heritage here’s a guide for all Irish Americans on giving thanks as Gaelige (in Irish)!
On her new online platform I Teach Trad, Dr. Liz Doherty will offer online courses, training workshops, and mentoring for individuals.
The New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade has announced the winners of its 2020 college and high school scholarships.
Trinity Long Room Hub's latest online event launches the book "Seamus Heaney and Society" and examines his view of the world.
We have compiled a list of easy ways you can learn Ireland's official language, Gaeilge, and some of the measures you can use to integrate the language into your life!
Notre Dame has switched to remote learning after 146 coronavirus cases were confirmed on campus after eight days of in-person teaching.
A look at Glucksman Ireland House in NYC and their dedication to the preservation of Irish culture.
Ancient Irish proverbs provide some wisdom to us all, especially during this time of COVID!
Pick up some Irish language phrases and learn how to pronounce them with IrishCentral's Irish language video series.
Learning the Irish language for the first time as an adult is full of challenges and joy but now I see how important it is.
Stuck for words? Try your tongue with some of our favorite Irish language phrases! Beatha teanga í a labhairt - the life of a language is to speak it!
Ever wanted to know how to say "YOLO," "fair play to ya," or even "what's your number in Irish?" We've compiled this video to help you get started.
Ireland's Department of Education today confirmed that face masks or coverings will be required for all staff and students in post-primary schools where 2-meters of physical distancing cannot be maintained.
John Hume believed in uplifting the entire community and all traditions with a world-class, independent, and regionally centered university.
From words for sex toys, to a term to describe somebody who thinks of nothing but sex, the Irish language is far from prudish or conservative!
A strange new school year is weeks away. Students are stressed and so are their parents, thanks to the reality of COVID-19.
The Irish government has published its Roadmap to reopening Ireland's schools and a bumper €375 million financial package.
The Choctaw-Ireland Scholarship recognizes the act of generosity offered by the Choctaw Nation to the Irish, and seeks to deepen the ties between the two nations today.
IrishCentral will hold a watch party streaming this panel discussion, part of Trinity College Dublin's Behind the Headlines series.
Watch back on the Trinity Long Room Hub live stream discussion "Rethinking Democracy - The Everyday" from May 20.
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Students will instead be awarded a final school grade based on their performance in class over the last two years.
Queens University Belfast has received a grant that will enable researchers to continue working on a rapid coronavirus test which aims to take just one hour to show results.
First-ever human interest interview was with a grieving Irish famine mother
Yoga and mindfulness as Gaeilge is a great way to start learning the Irish language
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Ancient Irish fort featured on 140AD Ptolemy map of Ireland
Coronavirus live updates: No new deaths reported between NI and RoI today
Irish population was in serious decline before the Vikings arrived
The exemplary Thomas Ashe, Irish revolutionary who died for Ireland on this day in 1917
On This Day: Ireland's last Magdalene Laundry closes in 1996
Tír Na nÓg - The legend of Oisín, Niamh and land of eternal youth
WATCH: An intimate, fascinating look into the history of Ireland’s folklife
Ruth Bader Ginsburg and William Brennan - let us loudly celebrate the Supremes
Is your smartphone ruining your future?
Simon Coveney to meet with US officials in Washington, DC next week