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Early Childhood Ireland is the largest organisation in the early years sector, who support children and their families through preschool, afterschool, and full day-care provision nationwide.
TeachNet Ireland’s goal is to encourage Irish teachers at both primary and second levels to develop and publish quality indigenous curriculum content on the World Wide Web, by providing a supportive network and teacher professional development opportunities. Established in 2001 and hosted by St. Patrick’s DCU, Drumcondra, the TeachNet portal boasts over 300 teacher generated projects. In addition, TeachNet hosts a regularly updated Learning Blog and offers a series of ever evolving online and blended digital learning related, professional development courses.
CARE is a collaborative project funded by the European Union to address issues related to the quality, inclusiveness, and individual, social, and economic benefits of Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) in Europe.
The Department of Children and Youth Affairs‘ mission is to lead the effort to improve the outcomes for children and young people in Ireland.
The Child and Family Agency is now the dedicated State agency responsible for improving wellbeing and outcomes for children. It represents the most comprehensive reform of child protection, early intervention and family support services ever undertaken in Ireland.