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IPPN Irish Primary Principals' Network, the professional body for Irish primary school leaders

2nd June 2011 - The Disadvantaged Have Suffered Enough

PRESS STATEMENT ON BEHALF OF THE IRISH PRIMARY PRINCIPALS' NETWORK

The Irish Primary Principals' Network( IPPN) is dismayed with the news that a further 10% cut is being made in the allocation of resources to schools with special needs pupils. This year alone
the Resource Teachers for Travellers, the Visiting Teachers for Travellers and the Co-ordinators supporting disadvantage in rural areas have been abolished. Pat Goff, President of the Organisation stated it is time for this government to refocus their resources to the most vulnerable in our schools and seek these savings elsewhere in the system..

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Last Updated on Monday, 29 July 2013 10:04
 

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