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These formal minutes of the Education Committee and its predecessors list only the various formal decisions and other proceedings of a formal nature (such as witnesses heard).
They are not a record of all the discussions which may have been held. Other committee announcements are made in different ways, such as during public evidence sessions or in press notices.
Education Committee - Formal Minutes - Session 2010-12
Education Committee - Members Attendance - Session 2013-14
Education Committee - Members Attendance - Session 2012-13
Education and Skills Committee - Formal Minutes:
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