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Inquiry Status: Report and Government response published
The Committee has completed this inquiry and published its Report on 3 February 2011.
The Education Bill now being considered by Parliament covers some of the issues covered by the Committee in its Report. You can read debates on the Bill on the Parliament website.
A curriculum which is poorly differentiated for children with different strengths will not hold children’s attention and will lead to misbehaviour, warns the Education Committee in a report published today
Committee to publish report on Thursday 3 February
Education Committee inquires into behaviour and discipline
Education Committee continues inquiry into behaviour and discipline in schools
Education Committee holds second evidence session
Education Committee begins new inquiry
The Education Committee has launched a new inquiry and call for evidence into behaviour and discipline in schools
Evidence given by Charlie Taylor, Government Expert Adviser on Behaviour in Schools, Mr Nick Gibb MP, Minister of State for Schools, Department for Education