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Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
Inquiry launched on Thursday 2 August 2018. Oral evidence ongoing.
The inquiry into education funding in Northern Ireland follows the passage of the Government’s Northern Ireland Budget Act, which set out funding for NI departments, including education, up until 31 March 2019.
The inquiry will examine whether the levels of funding allocated to education in the Northern Ireland Budget are sufficient to meet the challenges facing the sector, and what the spending priorities should be for the monies allocated to the NI Department of Education.
Evidence given by Geri Cameron, President, National Association of Head Teachers, NI, Justin McCamphill, Senior Northern Ireland Official, National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers, Gerry Murphy, Northern Secretary, Irish National Teachers Organisation
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee hears from trade unions representing teachers and head teachers