O'Toole, Joe John

Wednesday, 13 April 2005

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 179 No. 21

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Order of Business.

The first report of the Morris tribunal has not yet been debated in either House of the Oireachtas. It is an issue of great concern to many people and is being widely discussed in the media and other ...More Button

Special Educational Needs: Motion.

Cuirim fáilte roimh an Aire go dtí an Teach. Súilim go n-éireoidh go maith léi sa phost nua atá aici. Tá sí sé mhí sa phost anois and we expect results. Despite all of the discussions, the 20:1 pupil-...More Button

The best I can say about the motion is that in using the phrase “committed to reducing further” in the last paragraph somebody avoided the possibility of splitting an infinitive. How will the 300 addi...More Button

The Minister inherited this legacy. She cannot be blamed for asking how a class size of 20:1 can be delivered. It is not her demand; it is a commitment which the Government made to the people. The Min...More Button

It is not that there is no need. They should not be paid.More Button

Is the 20:1 pupil-teacher ratio commitment still there?More Button

Amendment put.
Yes IndicatorVoted Yes More Button

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