Select Committee on Science and Technology Third Report


PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMITTEE RELATING TO THE REPORT

MONDAY 4 MARCH 2002

 Dr Brian Iddon declared a non-pecuniary interest in relation to the inquiry into the Science Education from 14 to 19 as parliamentary liaison officer to the Royal Society of Chemistry.

WEDNESDAY 3 JULY 2002

Members present:

Dr Ian Gibson, in the Chair


Mr Tom HarrisDr Andrew Murrison
Mr David HeathGeraldine Smith
Mr Mark HobanBob Spink
Dr Brian IddonDr Desmond Turner
Mr Tony McWalter

The Committee deliberated.

Draft Report (Science Education from 14 to 19), proposed by the Chairman, brought up and read.

Ordered, That the draft Report be read a second time, paragraph by paragraph.

Paragraphs 1 to 140 read and agreed to.

Ordered, That the summary be an annex to the Report.—(The Chairman.)

Ordered, That the note on visits made in the course of the inquiry be an annex to the Report.—(The Chairman)

Ordered, That the note on international comparisons be an annex to the Report.—(The Chairman)

Ordered, That the statistical analysis of the take-up of science post-16 be an annex to the Report.—(The Chairman)

Resolved, That the Report be the Third Report of the Committee to the House.

Ordered, That the Chairman do make the Report to the House.

Ordered, That the provisions of Standing Order No. 134 (Select committees (reports)) be applied to the Report.

Several papers were ordered to be appended to the Minutes of Evidence.

Ordered, That the Appendices to the Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee be reported to the House.—(The Chairman.)

Several papers were ordered to be reported to the House.

[Adjourned till Monday 8 July at Four o'clock.






 
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