‘Education problems supply one of the litigation battlefields of the modern Republic. All the protagonists – the State, the churches, the teachers and their unions, the local community, the parents, the children too – have individual interests which they wish to see upheld. The difficulty, which so frequently precipitates the lawsuit, is that in seeking to uphold the interests of one set of protagonists, it is commonly impossible to do otherwise than to interfere with, and sometimes even substantially downgrade, the interests of one, if not more of the other sets’ (Osborough 2000: 416).
Critically discuss(with reference to relevant case-law and academic commentary)the above statement.
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