Select Committee on Education and Employment First Report


LIST OF REPORTS

EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE REPORTS IN THE CURRENT PARLIAMENT

Session 1997-98

First Report: Teacher recruitment: what can be done? (HC 262)

Second Report: The New Deal (HC 263)

Third Report: The Dearing Report: some funding issues (HC 241)

Fourth Report: The relationship between TECs and the proposed Regional Development Agencies (HC 265)

Fifth Report: Disaffected Children (HC 498)

Sixth Report: Further Education (HC 264)

Seventh Report: Pathways into Work for Lone Parents (HC 646)

Eighth Report: The New Deal Pathfinders (HC 1059)

Ninth Report: The Role of Headteachers (HC 725)


First Special Report: Government Response to the Fourth Report of the Committee, Session 1996-97, Social Costs and Employment (HC 229)

Second Special Report: Government Response to the Second Report of the Committee, Session 1997-98, The New Deal (HC 496)

Third Special Report: Government Response to the First Report of the Committee, Session 1997-98, Teacher recruitment: what can be done? (HC 519)

Fourth Special Report: Government Response to the Third Report of the Committee, Session 1997-98, The Dearing Report: some funding issues (HC 557)

Fifth Special Report: Government Response to the Fourth Report of the Committee, Session 1997-98, The relationship between TECs and the proposed Regional Development Agencies (HC 752)

Sixth Special Report: Government Response to the Fifth Report of the Committee, Session 1997-98, Disaffected children (HC 859)

Seventh Special Report: Government Response to the Seventh Report of the Committee, Session 1997-98, Pathways into work for lone parents (HC 1122)

Eighth Special Report: Government Response to the Eighth Report of the Committee, Session 1997-98, The New Deal Pathfinders (HC 1123)

Session 1998-99

First Report: Active Labour Market Policies and their Delivery: Lessons from Australia (HC 163)

Second Report: Part-time Working (HC 346)

Third Report: Highly Able Children (HC 22)

Fourth Report: The Work of OFSTED (HC 62)
Fifth Report: The Role of School Governors (HC 509)

Sixth Report: [Seventh Report of the Social Security Committee]: The One Service Pilots (HC 412)

Seventh Report: The Performance and Future of the Employment Service (HC 197)

Eighth Report: Access for All? A Survey of Post-16 Participation (HC 57)

Ninth Report: Opportunities for Disabled People (HC 111)


First Special Report: Government Response to the Sixth Report from the Committee, Session 1997-98, Further Education (HC 56)

Second Special Report: Government Response to the Ninth Report of the Committee, Session 1997-98, The Role of Headteachers (HC 164)

Third Special Report: Government Response to the Second Report of the Committee, Session 1998-99, Part-Time Working (HC 609)

Fourth Special Report: Government Response to the Third Report of the Committee, Session 1998-99, Highly Able Children (HC 610)

Fifth Special Report: Government and OFSTED's Response to the Fourth Report of the Committee, Session 1998-99, The Work of OFSTED (HC 791)

Sixth Special Report [Fifth Special Report of the Social Security Committee]: Government Response to the Sixth Report of the Committee and the Seventh Report of the Social Security Committee, Session 1998-99, The One Service Pilots (HC 855)

Seventh Special Report: Government Response to the Seventh Report of the Committee, Session 1998-99, The Performance and Future Role of the Employment Service (HC 858)

Eighth Special Report: Government Response to the Fifth Report of the Committee, Session 1998-99, The Role of School Governors (HC 859)

Session 1999-2000

First Report: School Meals (HC 96)

Second Report: Visit to USA: Raising Educational Standards and the Role of the Private Sector (HC 290)

Third Report: The Draft Part-Time Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000 (HC 297)

Fourth Report: Employability and Jobs: Is there a Jobs Gap? (HC 60)

Fifth Report: Work Permits for Overseas Footballers (HC 218)

Sixth Report: Standards and Quality in Education: the Annual Report of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools 1998-99 (HC 345)

Seventh Report: The Role of Private Sector Organisations in Public Education (HC 118)

Eighth Report: New Deal for Young People: Two Years On (HC 510)


First Special Report: Government Response to the Eighth Report from the Committee, Session 1998-99, Access for All? A Survey of Post-16 Participation (HC 213)

Second Special Report: Government Response to the Ninth Report of the Committee, Session 1998-99, Opportunities for Disabled People (HC 214)

Third Special Report: Government Response to the First Report from the Committee, Session 1999-2000, School Meals (HC 291)

Fourth Special Report: Government's Response to the Third Report from the Committee, Session 1999-2000: The Draft Part-time Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000 (HC 522)

Fifth Special Report: Government Response to the Fourth Report from the Committee, Session 1999-2000: Employability and Jobs: Is there a Jobs Gap? (HC 603)

Sixth Special Report: Government's Response to the Fifth Report From the Committee, Session 1999-2000: Work Permits for Overseas Footballers (HC 860)

Seventh Special Report: Government's and Ofsted's Response to the Sixth Report from the Committee Session 1999-2000: Standards and Quality in Education: the Annual Report of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools 1998-99 (HC 861)

Eighth Special Report: Government's Response to the Eighth Report from the Committee Session 1999—2000: New Deal for Young People: Two Years On (HC 969)

Session 2000-01

First Report: Early Years (HC 33)

Second Report: OFSTED Corporate Plan 2000 (HC 34)


 
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