February 2005
Education Journal;Feb2005, Issue 83, p13
Academic Journal
Highlights the conference organized by TEN, the local government education network, in London, England. Discussion of the use of data in narrowing the student achievement gap; Keynote speakers; Exploration of the need for innovation within curricula; Presentation of a report on emerging issues from a review of educational statistics.


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