Irish Examiner: The State Examinations Commission (SEC) struggled to find examiners to mark a number of subjects until the weeks after the exams last June, as teachers are increasingly questioning the value of the work to them. For superintendents who supervise written exams, difficulties providing cover at all 730 second-level schools mean some teachers are being paid for five days of superintending work to be on standby, but might not even be called on to fulfil the duties. Read article

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