TES education debate

26th February 2010 at 00:00

The TES is hosting the first general election education debate with the three main political parties. Free tickets are available for the event, which will feature Schools Secretary Ed Balls, David Laws, his Liberal Democrat shadow, and a senior Conservative education spokesperson. The debate, supported by GL Assessment, will be held in central London at the Institute of Engineering and Technology on the evening of March 15. Tickets are available at http:bit.lyTESelection.

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