July 30, 2020
Education Minister must ensure schools are resourced – Mullan

Sinn Féin MLA Karen Mullan has sought clarity on what resources have been requested by the Education Minister ahead of a return to school. 

The Foyle MLA said:

“The indicative date for a return to school is fast approaching. 

“To ensure that our children and school premises are safe they must be properly resourced and equipped. 

“I have written to the Education Minister for an outline of what resources his Department have requested to ensure a safe return. 

“The Minister should also bring forward a comprehensive plan for a return to school and the heart of that should be proper resources to ensure our schools can operate in a safe way.” 

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