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Education White Paper Sunday, 21 July, 2002, 18:27 GMT 19:27 UK
A secondary school pupil in class School reform plans under fire
Education Secretary Estelle Morris defends the latest school reforms, saying the best teachers will lead the way for change.
Outside help for failing schools
The education secretary defends her proposed secondary school changes against criticism of more private sector involvement.
Tests for youngsters to be scrapped
School tests for seven year olds in Wales will be abolished in favour of social skills and play under new National Assembly plans.
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