CfL: The Education Bill – radical, but how will it work?

The Education Bill – radical, but how will it work?

18 February 2011, 11am-1pm
Campaign for Learning, London
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 The Education Bill was published on 26 January 2011 and will have its second reading in the Commons on Tuesday 8 February 2011. The Bill implements the proposals set out in the White Paper ‘The Importance of Teaching’ and covers a range of policies including school discipline, the establishment of Academies, the raising of the participation age and abolition of school workforce quangos.

 Chris Waterman, Editor of Children’s Services Weekly and Professor John Howson, Managing Director of Education Data Surveys will provide an analysis of the Bill and look at the intended and possibly unintended consequences of the legislation. Tricia Hartley, Chief Executive of the Campaign for Learning, will chair the session and there will be plenty of time for discussion.

 Please note, all Campaign for Learning policy seminars are conducted under the Chatham House Rule to encourage openness and the sharing of information. ;

 Discounts are available for voluntary sector organisations and sole trading consultants, please contact Katie Bloom for further details.

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Katie Bloom 020 7766 0010

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