Mod studies - Another year on

24th October 2008 at 01:00

The Modern Studies Association's annual conference takes place in Glasgow on November 1.

The morning keynote session is by BBC Scotland political editor Brian Taylor. Other speakers include: Stan da Prato, SQA qualifications manager for modern studies; Linda de Caestecker, public health director for NHS Greater Glasgow Clyde; and Greg Philo, research director of the media unit at Glasgow University.

The conference is at Strathclyde University's faculty of education at Jordanhill from 10am-3.30pm.


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