After playing role of civil rights stalwart, James Nesbitt honours him
There were emotional scenes at a graduation ceremony as veteran civil rights campaigner Ivan Cooper was presented with an honorary degree by actor James Nesbitt, who portrayed him in the film Bloody Sunday.
University of Ulster graduations July 5, 2016 - full list of results
Queen's University graduations July 5, 2016 - full list of results
Two major business leaders and one of the founders of the civil rights movement will today receive honorary degrees from our two universities.
University of Ulster graduations July 4, 2016 - full list of results
Derek Hanrahan from Omagh has overcome the challenges of living with autism to graduate from Ulster University with a first class honours in sociology and psychology
Queen's University graduations July 4, 2016 - full list of results
It will be a double celebration today for American Queen’s student Chelsea Goodwin as she graduates on July 4.
University of Ulster graduations July 1, 2016 - full list of results
Fifteen Ulster University students will make history today when they become the first deaf sign language teachers to graduate from an innovative teaching course.
Queen's University graduations July 1, 2016 - full list of results
A Queen’s student who experienced homelessness and financial difficulties while studying for her degree will today graduate with a Bsc (Hons) Geography from the School of Geography, Archeology and Palaeoecology (GAP).
Ex-UTV anchorwoman Lynda Bryans makes the news with degree in teaching
Television presenter turned college lecturer Lynda Bryans says she has caught the study bug after graduating from university in her early 50s,
University of Ulster graduations June 30, 2016 - full list of results
Married teachers, Trevor and Jenine Jamison, are today celebrating their graduation from Ulster University after topping the class, both with distinctions.
Queen's University graduations June 30, 2016 - full list of results
The sky’s the limit for one particular Queen’s student this week having been awarded The Royal Astronomical Society’s (RAS) Prize for Best Thesis.
University of Ulster graduations June 29, 2016: Full list of results - art graduates the very...
Summer graduations at Ulster University today will see students from the art, design and the built environment department accept their hard-earned degrees during a ceremony in Belfast's Waterfront Hall.
University of Ulster graduations June 28, 2016 - full list of results
Northern Ireland's newest computer scientists will be among the stars of today's graduations at the Ulster University in Coleraine.
University of Ulster and Queen's graduations Summer 2016 [Photos]
University of Ulster graduations June 27, 2016 - full list of results
A Cookstown woman hailed a "medical miracle" by doctors will be one of the first of thousands to graduate from Northern Ireland's universities over the next two weeks.
Don't call them girls: Belfast school told not to use gender to describe pupils
A leading girls' schools association has issued advice to a Belfast school to not use the terms "girls, young women or young ladies" when addressing pupils - in certain circumstances.
Two associate principals leave De La Salle College
Two associate principals appointed to troubled De La Salle College have left their roles.
Christian fundamentalist schools teaching girls they must obey men, that homosexuality is...
Christian fundamentalist schools are teaching children creationism is fact, that gay people are “unnatural” and that girls must submit to men, according to a series of claims.
Ending academic selection will only increase inequality here, warns Education Minister...
Stormont's new education minister has insisted that scrapping academic selection would increase social inequality rather than reduce it.
A history lesson for QUB vice-chancellor Patrick Johnston
As vice-chancellor of a university that suffered a 24% cut in State funding between 2010 and 2014 and lost another £8m last year, Patrick Johnston faced hard choices that resulted in the loss of 240 jobs and 1,000 student places and the reshaping of the courses on offer.
Queen's University vice-chancellor Patrick Johnston: Can we put my history blunder in...
The vice-chancellor of Queen's University in Belfast has apologised to his own school of history after claiming "society does not need a 21-year-old that's a sixth century historian".
Sounding off like David Brent just hurts QUB vice-chancellor's office
History - what is it good for? Absolutely nothing, if the vice-chancellor of Queen's University Belfast is to be believed. "Society doesn't need a 21-year-old who is a sixth century historian," Professor Patrick Johnston told the Belfast Telegraph. What it needs, instead, he opined, is...
iPads in the classroom - transforming education or unnecessary distraction?
A growing number of schools across Northern Ireland are using iPads or other tablets in the classroom, but their use is dividing opinion among parents and teachers, writes Dr Liz Fawcett.
Biology exam pupils baffled by 'business' question
Pupils sitting a GCSE exam were left baffled after what appeared to be a business studies question featured in a biology paper.
Row as Ulster Teachers' Union chief labels pre-school staff 'amateurs'
An early years expert has blasted a senior educationalist for describing some pre-school staff as "well-meaning amateurs".
League tables: Northern Ireland schools at GCSE
Exam grade excellence could suffer due to a cut to school budgets, it has been warned.
Stark reality check for those in charge of the purse-strings
The high exam grades achieved by Northern Ireland’s schools have long been a source of pride.
League tables: Northern Ireland schools at A-Level
Not a single non-Catholic school has made it into the top 11 in Northern Ireland for A-level results.
Independent panel appointed to review crisis-hit De La Salle College
An independent panel has been appointed to review the situation at the crisis-hit De La Salle College in Belfast.
Last chance for pupils to join Tele's Euro 2016 schools project
IT'S the last chance for teachers to sign up Key Stage 2 pupils for the Belfast Telegraph Summer Project themed on the Euro 2016 finals in France.
Poll results: Majority want to see an independent review of Northern Ireland's education...
The latest in our series of LucidTalk opinions polls has found that a majority would like to see an independent non-political review of Northern Ireland's education system.
Google Expeditions rolls out to schools to take pupils on virtual tour
Google is rolling out its Expeditions kits to schools in Ireland and the UK, enabling students to see the world without leaving the classroom.
Hungry Shark Evolution inventor tells pupils at old Belfast school how he achieved global...
A video game entrepeneur from Drumbeg in Co Down whose latest hit, Hungry Shark Evolution, has been downloaded hundreds of millions of times, has been sharing his secrets of success at his former school.
De La Salle College parents welcome investigation at crisis-hit Belfast school
Concerned parents have welcomed a decision by Education Minister John O'Dowd to order an independent investigation into a staff absences dispute at De La Salle College.
Teaching bodies unite in fight against budget cuts in Northern Ireland
The bodies that have united to take a stand against cuts include 80 of our most important educational organisations.
Drastic budget cuts may mean shorter school days in Northern Ireland
Education leaders have delivered a shock warning that an unprecedented budget crisis could lead to shorter school days and less subjects for pupils.
UUP's ditching of transfer tests for ongoing assessment 'will increase stress on children'
The DUP has accused its UUP rivals of abandoning support for transfer tests.
De La Salle: Some teachers will no longer recognise Claire White as Belfast school's...
Some teachers at west Belfast's De La Salle College have said they will no longer recognise Claire White as the school's principal.
After-school clubs 'improve performance of disadvantaged pupils'
After-school clubs can improve the academic performance and social skills of children from disadvantaged backgrounds, research shows.
£33m 'retire at 55' plan for Northern Ireland teachers now shelved
A Multi-million pound investment scheme to get newly-qualified teachers behind desks has been "mothballed", teaching unions here have claimed.
Northern Ireland pupils invited to celebrate Belfast Harbour in #MyHarbour competition
One lucky schoolchild could be treating their class to a chartered boat trip as the winner of Belfast Harbour's biggest online competition.
I'm in counselling due to stress: head boy at strife-hit De La Salle
The head boy of the troubled De La Salle College in west Belfast has revealed he has suffered panic attacks and is in counselling because of staff absences.
Education Authority decision to cut pre-school hours for children with special needs 'set...
The Education Authority is to review a proposal to cut hours for pre-school children with moderate to severe learning difficulties from 4.5 hours a day to 2.5 hours.
Education Authority to review 'flawed decision' to cut nursery hours in Northern Ireland...
The Education Authority (EA) is to review the decision to reduce nursery hours for children at Northern Ireland's special schools.
Smartwatches that allow pupils to 'cheat' in exams for sale on Amazon
Smartwatches that allow pupils and students to cheat in exams are being openly sold on Amazon. An advert for one such watch, which has 4GB of memory, was offered on the website for £44.95.
Northern Ireland schools budget for 2016/17 hit by £10m cuts
School budgets have been cut by 0.8% for the coming financial year.
Enniskillen man picked to head US girls school
A Northern Ireland man is now at the helm of a prestigious American all-girls private high school.
John O'Dowd in line of fire over schools... with flak coming from Sinn Fein colleagues
An extraordinary row has broken out over a Government report that has seen a Sinn Fein minister criticised by members of his own party.
School system slammed as it's revealed two in five pupils leave without the basics in English...
Two in every five pupils here leave school lacking basic English and maths skills, leading to claims that our education system is failing young people.
Pay offer to teachers is rejected as 'an insult'
Teaching unions in Northern Ireland have rejected a pay offer from Stormont, branding it "an insult".
Meet Graham: road safety campaign shows what the human body would have to look like to survive a serious car crash
Amazon opening distribution centre in Co Antrim: 150 new jobs created
Wise words of Isaac Watts ring true in these uncertain times
IMF head Christine Lagarde to stand trial over £330m payment to tycoon
Pokemon Go: Saudi clerics issue fatwa on 'un-Islamic' game
Nightlife: Alibi and Fibber Magee's
Nightlife: 39 Gordon Street
Nightlife: Dirty Onion, July 2016 [Photos]
Northern Ireland nightlife: Filthy McNasty's July 2016
Nightlife: Circus in Summer at Limelight, July [Photos]
Northern Ireland nightlife: Belfast's Villa nighclub, July, 2016 [Photos]
Nightlife: Alibi [Photos]
Nightlife: Bushmills Marquee at Belfast City Blues Festival, 2016 [Photos]
Northern Ireland nightlife: Circus in Summer at Limelight, June 2016 [Photos]
Nightlife: Alibi Drama [Photos]
Nightlife: Fibber Magee's, June 3, 2016 [Photos]
Nightlife: Mandela Hall UV Party, June 2016 [Photos]
Nightlife: Limelight for Circus, June 2016 [Photos]
Nightlife: Filthy McNasty's for Faith, May 29
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