A date for debate

12th March 2010 at 00:00

The TES is hosting a general election education debate with the three main political parties next Monday, March 15, from 7pm. The event is now full, but you can still join in the live debate by watching on The TES website. Questions can be submitted via Twitter @timesed #voteschools on the night or in advance. Speaking at the debate are the Schools Secretary Ed Balls, his Conservative shadow Michael Gove and Liberal Democrat schools spokesman David Laws. The webcast will be available to view on-demand from 6pm on March 16.

www.tes.co.ukelection2010.

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