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Carol Nolan - Spokesperson on Education & Skills

Carol Nolan is your Sinn Féin TD in the Offaly constituency. From Cadamstown, she represents the Birr electoral area on Offaly County Council. Carol is married to Gerard and they have two children.

Carol has been primary school teacher for 12 years and has served as the principal of a local Gaelscoil. Carol is passionate about the provision of equal educational opportunities for all children and attained a Masters Degree in Special and Inclusive Education in 2011. She has been a strong advocate for improvements in access to vital services such as occupational therapy and speech therapy for children with special needs.

Carol is a committed Irish language activist and a member of Conradh na Gaeilge. She is currently studying for a PhD at NUI Galway.

Since being elected as a county councillor, Carol has initiated several campaigns relating to unfair restrictions on cross-border trade of cattle and the need for greater support for farming families. Carol is the Chairperson of Kinnitty Community Playgroup and Secretary of Cadamstown Tidy Towns.

Statements (124)

Non-progression rates at Third Level show impact of Government neglect – Nolan27 April, 2017

Education sector staff must be protected by Government – Nolan19 April, 2017

School Costs must be tackled effectively by Government – Nolan18 April, 2017

Guidance Counselling Provisions Bill introduced by Nolan13 April, 2017

Nolan raises children disability issues in Offaly with Minister11 April, 2017

91 schools have questioned non-inclusion in DEIS scheme – Nolan6 April, 2017

519 Schools have appealed their allocation under the new resource allocation model – Nolan5 April, 2017

7176 children waiting for over one year for Early Intervention and School Age Disability Services – Nolan29 March, 2017

School Meals Expansion Welcome but more needs to be done – Nolan27 March, 2017

Minister must clarify guidance counselling rules – Nolan22 March, 2017

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