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Inquiry launched on Thursday 19 April 2018. Oral evidence ongoing.
Reference may be made in the report to evidence heard by the Committee on Tuesday 23 October 2018 as part of our inquiry into special educational needs and disabilities. Please find the oral evidence from this session on the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Inquiry publications page.
The inquiry will examine what the Department for Education’s priorities should be for the next Spending Review period as they relate to schools and colleges. For full terms of reference see:
Evidence given by Dave Hill, Executive Director of Children, Families and Learning, Surrey County Council, Gary Fielding, Corporate Director of Strategic Resources, North Yorkshire County Council, Tim Moss, County Commissioner for School Quality Assurance and Intervention, Staffordshire County CouncilCllr Anntoinette Bramble,Chair of the Children and Young People’s Board, Local Government Association, Cllr Paul Carter, Chair, County Councils Network, Yolande Burgess, Strategy Director, London Councils
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Education Committee examines role of local authorities in the funding of schools and colleges