Weekly Consultations - Whitehall

November 2016
Education Parliamentary Monitor;11/14/2016, Issue 761, p1
The article focuses on several consultations by the government of Great Britain on education. Among the consultations include the requirements for level 2 literacy and numeracy qualification for staff with level 3 Early Years Educator qualification, the income contingent loans proposed for undergraduate part-time study and doctoral study, and the proposal to increase grammar and selection schools.


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