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25 SNAs for Tipp schools

Monday, 17th July, 2017 9:58am
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25 SNAs for Tipp schools
25 SNAs for Tipp schools
Twenty-five Special Needs Assistants are to take up work in Tipperary schools next term. The news has been welcomed by Nenagh based Labour TD Alan Kelly, who said 25 new SNAs will be in place this September.

Deputy Kelly said: "I am delighted that 25 new Special Needs Assistants will be taken on in schools across Tipperary from September. This is very welcome news for pupils, parents and staff in the relevant schools. "Education Minister Richard Bruton has announced an additional 975 posts across the country for the 2017/18 academic year. This brings to over 13,800 the number of SNAs in primary, post primary and special schools," Deputy Kelly said.

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