Thursday, 1 June 2000
Dáil Eireann Debate
Order of Business.
Since the Taoiseach is thumbing the Constitution, would he refer to the sections that deal with education? The former Minister for Education and Children, Deputy Martin, gave a commitment in January t...
Written Answers. - Aircraft Noise.
Written Answers. - Social Welfare Code.
Asked the minister: the plans if any, he has to change the rule whereby a person who has been on disability benefit for more than one year, will find that if they switch to unemployment benefit, their rate of payment wil...
Written Answers. - Teacher Training.
Asked the minister: if he will support a pilot scheme to test the model of establishing a specialist Irish teacher to undertake the teaching of Irish across all the classes in a selected number of primary schools.
Written Answers. - Leaving Certificate.
Asked the minister: if he has requested that the NCCA assess the proposal of a separate Irish spoken language subject and an Irish literature course at leaving certificate; and if he will make a statement on the matter.
Written Answers. - Pension Provisions.
Asked the minister: if he has assessed the situation of ex-Carysfort staff in respect of pensions and integration into their new institutions; the proposals he has sanctioned; the issues remaining to be resolved; and his...
Written Answers. - Literacy Levels.
Asked the minister: the plans if any he has to introduce a system of whole staff in service training in literacy on a school to school basis so that the important individual and team skills could be developed to help the...
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