Tomlinson to head Camden commission

15th April 2011 at 01:00

A commission is being set up by Camden Council in north London to look into the long-term future of education in the borough. Former chief inspector Sir Mike Tomlinson is expected to chair the commission and Professor Geoff Whitty, former director of the Institute of Education, will also be involved. The commission will be formed after the Easter holiday.

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