BIRMINGHAM is to host a visit from 11 MPs next month as they consider possible reforms to secondary education. The education select committee will spend an intensive week visiting schools in the city and will take evidence from parents, teachers, pupils and education officials. Committee chairman Barry Sheerman MP said: "As Birmingham is leading the country in improving education standards, we felt it appropriate to go there."
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