Weekly Statutory Instruments

January 2015
Education Parliamentary Monitor;1/12/2015, Issue 683, p1
This section lists the statutory instruments published in Great Britain in early January 2015 including The School Governance (Roles, Procedures and Allowances) (England) Regulations 2013 and The Education (National Curriculum) (Attainment Targets and Programs of Study) (England) Order 2013.


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