[S2M-4464.2 (Amendment)] Decision Time — 1 Jun 2006 at 17:01
This looks like the vote on S2M-4464.2
The description in the bulletin on 2006-06-01 is:
*S2M-4464.2 Robert Brown: Education—As an amendment to motion (S2M-4464) in the name of Lord James Douglas-Hamilton, leave out from "believes" to end and insert "applauds the fact that the Scottish education system is recognised by international benchmarking exercises as being amongst the best in the world; recognises the commitment of the Scottish Executive to sustained improvement in education and the biggest school buildings modernisation programme in our history, unprecedented stability in industrial relations and increased numbers of teachers and classroom assistants; welcomes the educational legislation which has, for example, established a more individual and supportive framework for children with additional support needs and increased the opportunities for parental involvement in education; notes that the top performing schools in Scotland have served a wide variety of communities and congratulates all the winners of the SQA "School of the Year" Award; welcomes the measured comments of the EIS in relation to discipline policies of the Scottish Executive, and believes that the model for continued improvement for Scottish schools should build on current strength and success and tackle known challenges by fostering the leadership skills of head teachers and other teaching staff, reforming the curriculum, widening choice and reducing unnecessary paperwork, ensuring that teachers are freed up to teach, and pupils to learn, all with a view to equipping young people with the skills and values needed in the modern world." Supported by: Peter Peacock* Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support
Text Introducing Division:
The first question is, that amendment S2M-4464.2, in the name of Robert Brown, which seeks to amend motion S2M-4464, in the name of Lord James Douglas-Hamilton, on education, be agreed to. Are we agreed?
There will be a division.
Votes by party, red entries are votes against the majority for that party.
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