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Regional Devolution and Education

  • Timothy Raison

Abstract

My task is to examine what gains and losses might result from a reorganisation of education in England on the lines set out in the Kilbrandon Report; but one or two preliminary generalisations may be worth making.

Keywords

High Education Local Authority Regional Government High Education Sector Royal Commission 
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Notes and References

  1. 1.
    Royal Commission on the Constitution, Devolution and Other Aspects of Government: An Attitudes Survey Research Paper 7 (HMSO, 1973).Google Scholar
  2. 2.
    Expenditure Committee, Session 1972–3, Further and Higher Education, vol. II (HMSO, 1973 ) p. 10.Google Scholar
  3. 3.
    J. A. G. Griffith, Central Departments and Local Authorities (George Allen and Unwin, 1966 ).Google Scholar
  4. 13.
    Royal Commission on the Constitution, Written Evidence 9: United Kingdom (HMSO, 1972), p. 21.Google Scholar
  5. 18.
    Department of Education and Science, Education: A Framework for Expansion Cmnd. 5174 (HMSO, 1972) para. 87.Google Scholar
  6. 19.
    Department of Education and Science, Teacher Education and Training: Report of Committee of Inquiry (HMSO, 1972).Google Scholar

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© Centre for Studies in Social Policy 1975

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  • Timothy Raison

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