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FUNDING CUT THREAT – VEC EXPRESSES SOLIDARITY WITH MONAGHAN COLLEGIATE SCHOOL

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12 Oct 2012 Comments Off on FUNDING CUT THREAT – VEC EXPRESSES SOLIDARITY WITH MONAGHAN COLLEGIATE SCHOOL

Members of Co Monaghan Vocational Education Committee on Monday expressed support for the view that religious minority schools should not be subjected to funding cuts apparently being contemplated by the Dept of Education and Science in respect of fee-paying schools. On RTÉ’s The Week In Politics programme on Sunday, Minister of State at the Dept Alan Kelly suggested that the €95 million subvention provided for private secondary schools could be abolished in December’s Budget. At Monday’s Ç meeting, Colr David Maxwell proposed that the Committee write to the ...