Gogarty, Paul Nicholas

Tuesday, 11 October 2005

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 607 No. 59

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Priority Questions - School Transport.

Asked the minister: if, in the wake of recent comments at the Joint Committee on Education and Science, she will carry out a full review of school bus catchment areas and boundaries; if she will make a decision in terms ...More Button

I concur with the comments of my colleague, Deputy O’Sullivan, with regard to Pallaskenry. I will not go over old ground because of time constraints. I hope that following the meeting this matter will...More Button

The Department of Education and Science ruined the summer holidays of many parents and children. Parents in Limerick, Galway, Sligo and other parts of the country now have to drive a child in a car, a...More Button

That is not fair.More Button

Other Questions - School Attendance.

Will the Minister accept that quite a few children drop out early from second level because they have not got the proper reading and writing skills and that intervention may be necessary at an earlier...More Button

Written Answers - Youth Services.

Asked the minister: the reason the Government has failed to deliver its own priority objectives in the national youth work development plan, including the appointment of an assessor for youth work, the capacity building ...More Button

Written Answers - Road Safety.

Asked the minister: the results of consultations with experts from Europe in assessing the comparative safety of lap belts versus three-point harnesses in school buses; if his attention has been drawn to the fact that US...More Button

Written Answers - Education Schemes.

Asked the minister: if transition year is not just for the cream of the crop and is open to any student regardless of ability or junior certificate results; the body or individuals who are responsible for deciding the nu...More Button

Written Answers - School Accommodation.

Asked the minister: the latest developments regarding the provision of much needed space for a school (details supplied); if she will make an offer to a company (details supplied) for an adjoining site; and if she will m...More Button

Written Answers - Schools Building Projects.

Asked the minister: if she will consider introducing legislation, in conjunction with the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government that will allow land for schools to be purchased at agricultural rate...More Button

Asked the minister: if she will consider introducing legislation, in conjunction with the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government that will ensure that housing developments over a certain number with...More Button


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