TITLE

Weekly Statutory Instruments

AUTHOR(S)
Kent, Nick
PUB. DATE
December 2003
SOURCE
EPM Weekly Bulletin;12/8/2003, Issue 155, p27
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article presents list of all statutory instruments dealing with education from all parts of Great Britain issued between November 1 to 5, 2003 published in the December 8, 2003 issue of the periodical, Education Parliamentary Monitor. Some statutory instruments covering Ulster, Northern Ireland are issued in London while others are issued in Northern Ireland. Those issued in London have NI after the number while those issued in Ulster are known as statutory rules of Northern Ireland and are marked SRNI. The second line of each entry gives the name of the statutory instrument in bold type.
ACCESSION #
11656310

 

Related Articles

  • Art and craft education a "qualified disaster".  // Education Journal;Feb2006, Issue 92, p40 

    The article reports that the decision of the British government to switch adult education training funding away from general courses to those vocational courses with economic value to job seekers has also been reflected in Wales. Major changes has been introduced in the teaching of all subjects,...

  • New Education Bill and new ministerial responsibilities.  // Education (14637073);5/21/2010, Issue 392, p2 

    The article reports on the planned introduction of an Education Bill by the newly formed coalition government of Great Britain in May 2010, seeking to honor Conservative Party values on education policy.

  • Editorial.  // Education (14637073);9/6/2002, Issue 70, pN.PAG 

    Editorial. Offers observation on the failure of the Great Britain government in its management of big computer projects. Policy failures in the education system; Role of Capita and the Criminal Records Bureau in the fiasco surrounding the security checks rule for teachers and classroom assistants.

  • Nothing succeeds like... Revell, Phil // Public Finance;9/30/2005, p26 

    Comments on the commitment of the British government to close underperforming schools. Criticism on the slow progress of the government in implementing its closure policy; Contention on the failure of Education Secretary Ruth Kelly to take the Education Act into action; Approach of the...

  • Poor performance from the politicians. Bousted, Mary // Education Journal;Jun2005, Issue 86, p6 

    Argues that education policy was not well presented during the 2005 general election campaign in Great Britain, especially by the Conservatives and Labour. Complexity of the question of how to raise standards of educational performance; Policy proposals put forward by the Labour Party.

  • Public Services White Paper published.  // Education (14637073);7/15/2011, Issue 438, p4 

    The article discusses various aspects of a document released by the British government on public services, including competition in education, social inequality, and social mobility.

  • The right ear.  // Human Events;05/16/97, Vol. 53 Issue 19, p24 

    Reports on developments concerning education, politics and government in Great Britain and the United States as of May 16, 1997. Possibility for John Redwood to become leader of the British Conservative Party; Compilation of a set of statistics about the National Education Association; Plan of...

  • School principle. Thatcher, Mike // Public Finance;5/18/2007, p4 

    The author comments on the academies in Great Britain, and the increased interest given by politicians to them. He discusses how politicians are queuing up to declare their allegiance to the supposed saviors of secondary school standards. Prime Minister Tony Blair has announced a doubling in the...

  • Law. Keenan, Dennis // Accountancy;Feb2000, Vol. 125 Issue 1278, p72 

    In December 1999, the government laid draft regulations before Parliament, which are intended to implement the European Works Councils Directive in Great Britain from January 15,2000. The directive imposes requirements for informing and consulting employees at European level in companies with at...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics