Irish Independent: John Curtis, general secretary of the Joint Managerial Body, representing management in almost 400 secondary schools, said Ireland had a higher ratio of students to teaching staff than the European average, which warranted "attention in order to ensure the ongoing quality of the education".

He also said the "dependence on the generosity of parents" to help pay school bills was "unsustainable".

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