Collins, Edward

Thursday, 17 April 1980

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 319 No. 8

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Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Bill, 1979: Fifth Stage.

It is extraordinary that the Minister has not replied.More Button

National Institute for Higher Education, Limerick, Bill, 1980: Second Stage.

We all remember the tremendous campaign which was mounted by the good people of Limerick and the surrounding areas in the sixties to have a university established in Limerick. It was as a result of t...More Button

I want to compare the appointments under the NIHE Limerick Bill with the appointments made in that Act.More Button

In the course of my contribution you will see that my comparison is valid. In Part III dealing with the powers of the college the college is given power without interference—and this is the point I a...More Button

The Minister, being a former lecturer, is well aware of the structure of university colleges and institutes and I do not have to tell him about them. This Bill does nothing to set down proper structu...More Button

The Minister went through the Bill section by section and I will do the same.More Button

My first major criticism which causes me to oppose this Bill is this: all the certificates, diplomas and degrees must be awarded by the National Council for Educational Awards. That is wrong. It is ...More Button

I am going through each section—More Button

I am going through the Bill briefly for the purpose of bringing to the Minister's attention points I will be raising later by way of amendments. I am trying to help the Minister by making him aware of...More Button

The point I want to make is that, in our university colleges, there is an accepted measure by which one can take one's seat; I think one is paid half salary and one does some work in the university. ...More Button

I am merely saying there might be a reference to it in this Bill and I am asking the Minister to state his position on it. I welcome also the interconnection—as recommended by the Minister—with the RT...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Employment Maintenance Scheme.

asked the Minister for Labour if his attention has been drawn to the consequences of the withdrawal of the employment maintenance scheme which will have a damaging effect on employment in the tanning ...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Corporal Punishment.

Will the Minister accept that it is his prerogative to make a decision in this matter and in view of the widespread opinion in favour of the abolition of corporal punishment it is time he made a decis...More Button

The Minister is shirking his responsibilities.More Button

But no action.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Student Fees.

I wish the same would apply in universities. In view of the facilities available in teaching colleges, would the Minister consider extending the loan facilities and make some move in relation to acco...More Button

Would the Minister not agree that it would be a good initiative on his part to ask the universities to provide on campus residential accommodation for students who come from the country and find it ve...More Button

The Minister is avoiding the question.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Educational Broadcasting.

asked the Minister for Education if he will make a statement on the proposals to extend RTE's involvement in educational broadcasting, indicating the proposed areas of involvement.More Button

Would the Minister not agree that it is time that we initiated a comprehensive system of broadcasting educational material both for schools and, more particularly, for adults who wish to partake in re...More Button

Can we expect, as a result of the committee's deliberations, a comprehensive system of educational broadcasting both on radio and television specifically geared towards the needs of school children an...More Button

Is there any date on which the committee will report to the Minister or will it be a long report which will be eventually pigeonholed?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Magazine Article.

asked the Minister of Education if he will make a statement on the recent article in a magazine (details supplied) in which serious criticisms are levelled at the methods used to train secondary schoo...More Button

Can I take it that the Minister is satisfied with the present system in relation to the training of secondary school teachers? Is he satisfied with the present situation in respect of in-class traini...More Button

Would the Minister not agree that for a newly qualified teacher going into school for the first time there is need for some institutionalised guidance over a period of one, two or three years from tea...More Button

National Institute for Higher Education, Limerick, Bill, 1980: Second Stage (Resumed).

That was expected.More Button

This day fortnight, subject to agreement with the Whips.More Button

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