The Irish Independent reports it has arisen in at least three Dublin schools
It's claimed some schools are still asking for money when parents accept a place for their child for the next school term.
The Irish Independent reports it has arisen in at least three Dublin schools, despite legislation banning the practice.
The schools involved wrote to parents looking for contributions of up to 200 euro to cover costs.
All three schools have confirmed to the paper that there was no trade off between paying the fee and getting a place.
But Irish Independent Education Editor Katherine Donnelly says parents felt pressurised
All three schools confirmed to the Irish Independent there was no trade-off between paying the charge and securing a place, and one issued a clarification to parents https://t.co/EsHBiKIHLb— Independent.ie (@Independent_ie) November 8, 2021