THE HONEYMOON IS ALMOST OVER for the newly-elected Irish government and commentary continues in the Sunday broadsheets about the imminent default on ECB debt by the Irish government. The Sunday papers also include the annual league table for Ireland's top 400 schools.  Much of the same behaviour continues with the new government, including quangos (jobs for the boys), taxes (including a new one for laptops in homes), and gender bias in politics. The best part of the Sunday papers today is a commercial section inside the Sunday Business Post covering Best Schools.  Its content complements the upcoming ICT in Education Conference at Tipperary Institute on Saturday, May 14, 2011.
1. Gonzaga College in Ranelagh, Glenstal Abbey in County Limerick and The Teresian School in Donnybrook top the charts. More than 90% of the graduates in each of these schools continue their education into universities.
2. Sunday Business Post -- "Best Schools: Putting Technology to work in the Classroom"
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