Weekly Consultations -- Whitehall

December 2013
Children's Services Parliamentary Monitor;12/9/2013, Issue 633, p1
The article focuses on live British government consultations on education, training and children's services undertaken by departments and their agencies on December 2-6, 2013. Topics discussed include draft 0 to 25 special educational needs (SEN) code of practice, transformation of management approach for young adults in custody and programme of reform for A levels. Also mentioned is the change in law on SEN.


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