Learning framework

24th February 1995 at 00:00
The British and Irish governments have suggested joint recognition of teaching qualifications and closer links between universities north and south of the border.

The proposals are put forward in the joint Document designed to bring closer co-operation between the two countries published this week.

A new joint executive body is proposed to promote a range of co-operative ventures and to promote understanding between Protestant and Catholic children. Prime Minister John Major, dismissed as "rubbish" claims that the new cross-border body would take over running of education in Northern Ireland.

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