Changes to SNA supports may be ‘Trojan horse’ for cuts, say school campaigners

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The Irish Times:

Planned changes to the way special needs assistants (SNAs) are allocated to support tens of thousands of schoolchildren could be a “Trojan horse” for cuts, campaigners say.

The Department of Education is planning to automatically “frontload” more than 10,000 SNAs to mainstream schools in advance of the new school year in September. Read article


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