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Even more unjust, in O'Leary's view (1970: 97-98), was the attitude sometimes taken by CNEI inspectors, who regularly visited schools to examine pupils and ascertain the competence of teachers.
Starkie (in 6 hAodha 1982: 110-111), like Keenan a Resident Commissioner of the CNEI itself, critically pondered the work of his organization during the previous century:
Autobiographical narrators corroborate the contemporaneous claims of the CNEI and those of later scholars (e.