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Post-war depression followed, which meant that it was only in the 1960s that Ireland began to build it's confidence as a nation - a process largely derailed by political unrest in the North.

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History of the Irish Education System – Constitutional Review Group 1995
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When the Irish Free State was set up in 1921, no major changes were made in the administrative system of national education. Radical curricular reform was introduced in 1922, based on the recommendations of the First National Programme Conference.(15) In 1925, the government set up a committee under the chairmanship of Rev J McKenna SJ, to review the curriculum, and the report of this committee (known as the Second National Programme Conference), which was published in 1926, included the following statement.(16)

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By the beginning of the twentieth century, the Irish system of national education was fundamentally different to the systems in other parts of the United Kingdom. In England and Scotland ‘parallel’ systems had evolved, that is, denominational schools existed side by side with local authority controlled schools.(13) The development was also mirrored in other Western European countries. In Ireland provision was never made for a separate system of primary schools controlled by the local authority, largely because it had been found by the Powis Commission in 1870 that voluntary effort had adequately met the demand for elementary education in this country. As a result, by the mid-twentieth century, the system of national education in the Republic of Ireland was one which was de jure undenominational, but de facto denominational in 97 per cent of cases.(14)

History of the Irish Education System – Constitutional Review Group 1995 The following brief history of the Irish Education system was attached to the Constitutional Review Group Report in 1995 and written by Aine Hyland. “When …
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Ireland in 1558 was divided politically and culturally into English and Gaelic parts. The predominantly Gaelic west and north had a scanty, shifting population, with scattered, largely impermanent settlements, and a predominantly pastoral economy. A common legal system, social and cultural institutions also stretched across the North Channel into the Scottish highlands and islands, imparting some measure of unity. Yet Gaelic politics were intensely local, with the numerous rival clans and chieftaincies. This was, according to English officials, 'a land of war', inhabited by a rude and savage people ('the wild Irish') living in bogs and mountains.

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(1) Akenson, DH, The Irish Education Experiment: The National System of Education in Ireland in the Nineteenth Century, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London 1970

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The following brief history of the Irish Education system was attached to the Constitutional Review Group Report in 1995 and written by Aine Hyland.

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