Children's Minister to speak at National Literacy Trust conference

November 2010
Education (14637073);11/12/2010, Issue 411, p3
The article discusses Sarah Teather, British Minister for Children and Families, who will be speaking at a conference sponsored by the National Literacy Trust.


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