Speak up on reforms

12th September 2008 at 01:00

A House of Lords committee has called for evidence from people working in education about the effect of reforms on schools. It comes amid concerns that new regulations are being brought in too quickly. The merits of statutory instruments select committee is giving heads, governors and others in education until October 31 to make submissions.

www.parliament.ukparliamentary_committeesmerits.cfm.

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