Donegal TD and Education Minister Joe McHugh is to visit a direct provision centre in the coming weeks to hear the views of families and young people.
Last night, Minister McHugh told the Dail he was confident school places would be found for up to thirty children living in direct provision who have not been attending school.
Three post primary places have been found and work is continuing to place the remaining children in primary school.
It was revealed earlier this week that children staying at the M Hotel in Carrick in County Monaghan had not attended school for two months.
Minister McHugh says he wants to work with others to address the educational needs of asylum seekers: