Events Round-up

November 2011
Education (14637073);11/11/2011, Issue 447, p9
The article offers information on several events related to British education for November 2011-July 2012, including the Communication and Literacy Matters conference in London, England, the meeting "School Admissions, Examining the New Code: Making the System Simpler and Fairer" in London, England, and the annual conference of the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) in Birmingham, England.


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