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General Teaching Council for Northern Ireland

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In effect, open enrolment allied to league tables saw the introduction of market forces into all aspects of post-primary schooling, with both grammar schools and popular non-selective schools drawing pupils away from schools seen to be less attractive or successful. Mr Dempster: Our initial meeting with the General Teaching Council's registrar was very positive. In essence, the Department had been General Teaching Council for Northern Ireland to mirror the powers that exist in all other jurisdictions or GTCs — Scotland, Wales and, at that time, England.

English is the main language and Ulster English the main dialect. A one-year course directed at primary level teaching for university graduates leading to the award of a Postgraduate Certificate in Education PGCE.

The Chairperson: Faustina, I have to say that I will be reluctant to move on an SL1 until we see the Bill. For example, it could not issue a reprimand or require an individual to undertake further training. Mr Sam Dempster Department of Education : There are 10 cases in which we removed eligibility.

Northern Ireland co-operates with the Republic of Ireland in some areas, and the Agreement granted the Republic the ability to "put forward views and proposals" with "determined efforts to resolve disagreements between the two governments". It has power to legislate in a wide range of areas that are not explicitly reserved to the Parliament of the United Kingdom, and to appoint the Northern Ireland Executive.

The nature of the changes is, as yet, still uncertain. There are no other questions, members. Mrs Dobson: I am concerned that you propose to lay this rule during recess.

The General Teaching Council for Northern Ireland (Registration of Teachers) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2004

It would seem obvious though that any full evaluation of current proposals must wait until the out-workings of the area planning processes are more advanced, for it is only at that stage that we will be in a position to consider:• And he said the body's powers have been undermined by significant gaps in legislation, which have never been addressed, meaning it can only become involved in cases of gross misconduct and has no say on any other disciplinary matters which remain the remit of schools.

Should academic selection end, then inevitably there will be a period of adjustment as schools respond to the pressures engendered by collaborative working within consortia arrangements, and the pressures arising as schools adjust to greater General Teaching Council for Northern Ireland and the new amalgam of vocational and academic pathways; and• Therefore, regrettably, those consequences were not communicated to Ministers or the Committee. You also say that the Department has consulted with the General Teaching Council.

PART III SUPPLY OF INFORMATION Supply of information to teachers 13. In 1921, the jurisdiction of the IFA was reduced to Northern Ireland following the secession of clubs in the soon-to-be Irish Free State, although its team remained the national team for all of Ireland until 1950, and used the name Ireland until the 1970s.

Unionists support Northern Ireland remaining part of the United Kingdom, and therefore oppose Irish unification.