According to the Nuacht on TG4 120 students from a school in Dingle refused to go into school today as a protest at the schools new Irish-language policy.
Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne began teaching last month, after the amalgamation of two local schools. Only one of those schools was a gaelscoil. Hence there are a lot of pupils who argubably do not have the standard of Irish for a second-level gaelscoil or gaelcholáiste.
There was a public meeting on the issue a couple of days ago with many parents arguing that the school should have an as Béarla stream.