Neath shares its wisdom

16th September 2005 at 01:00
Education officers from Neath Port Talbot council have been invited to share their good practice on promoting social inclusion with other education authorities at a special conference in London on September 30.

The authority was highly rated for its work in this area by schools surveyed by the Audit Commission, which is organising the conference.

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