TES moves mobility up the agenda;Briefing;Analysis

5th February 1999 at 00:00
Following the earlier TES article by Dr Dobson, schools minister Charles Clarke, in a House of Commons debate in November, conceded that insufficient priority had been given to the effects of high pupil mobility on schools.

He said Dr Dobson's research project would provide the basis of any policy changes needed to take account of pupil turnover. His department is to produce guidance later this year designed to ensure that past educational achievement is understood.

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