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Evidence given by Lord Nash, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Education
Evidence given by Pank Patel, Regional Schools Director, West Midlands, Department for Education, Lorna Fitzjohn, Regional Director, West Midlands, Ofsted, Ian Comfort, Chief Executive, Academies Enterprise Trust, Kirston Nelson, Director of Education, Libraries, and Adult Learning, Coventry City Council
Evidence given by Dr Tim Coulson, Regional Schools Commissioner (East of England & North East London), Dominic Herrington, Regional Schools Commissioner (South East & South London), and Martin Post, Regional Schools Commissioner (South Central & North West London), Department for Education, and Munira Mirza, Deputy Mayor for Education and Culture, Greater London Authority; Sean Harford, National Director for Education, Ofsted, Robert Hill, Education consultant, and Visiting Senior Research Fellow, Kings College London, and Ben Durbin, Head of Impact, National Foundation for Education Research (at 10.10am); and Frank Green CBE, Schools Commissioner, Department for Education (at 10.50am).
Evidence given by Russell Hobby, General Secretary, National Association of Headteachers, Malcolm Trobe, Deputy General Secretary, Association of School and College Leaders, Emma Knights, Chief Executive, National Governors Association, and Pamela Birch, Member of the Headteacher Board, Lancashire and West Yorkshire Region, and Headteacher, Hambleton Primary Academy; Jon Coles, Chief Executive, United Learning, Revd Nigel Genders, Chief Education Officer, Church of England, Cllr Richard Watts, Vice-Chair, Local Government Association Children and Young People Board, and Debbie Barnes, Association of Directors of Children's Services Educational Achievement Policy Committee & Director of Children's Services, Lincolnshire County Council (at 10.30am).