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To ask the Scottish Government what its position is on establishing a minimum pupil-teacher ratio for Gaelic medium education.


Answered by Alasdair Allan (02/11/2015):

It is the responsibility of local authorities and individual head teachers to determine the size of individual classes within the limits set by legislation or terms and conditions of service. Accordingly, the relevant local authority and head teacher of a Gaelic medium unit can achieve as low a pupil-teacher ratio as they choose.


Current Status: Answered by Alasdair Allan on 02/11/2015
 
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