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Teachers row over stall move.

Byline: By NEIL COTTER

PRIMARY teachers yesterday accused the Marino Institute of Education of trying to buy time in the college bullying row.

The Into union dismissed an "independent audit and organisational review" of operations there as stalling tactics by college bosses.

It called on the Governing body to step down and allow the Government to conduct a probe.

The governing body said the audit would carry out an analysis of all aspects of the institute and warned against prejudging the outcome.

Students took to the streets in support of former head Caoimhe Mairtin.

Independent Senator Joe O'Toole said he had discovered an email that indicated a plot to remove Ms Mairtin.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:May 7, 2005
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