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Getting value for money from the education of 16- to 18- year-olds

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Oral Evidence

Taken before the Public Accounts Committee

on Wednesday 8 June 2011


Members present:
Margaret Hodge (Chair) Matthew Hancock
Mr Richard BaconChris Heaton-Harris
Stephen BarclayMrs Anne McGuire
Stella CreasyIan Swales
Jackie Doyle-PriceJames Wharton

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Amyas Morse, Comptroller and Auditor General, Gabrielle Cohen, Assistant Auditor General and Angela Hands, Director, National Audit Office and Marius Gallaher, HM Treasury, Alternate Treasury Officer of Accounts, were in attendance.

REPORT BY THE COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL

Getting value for money from the education of 16- to 18-year-olds (HC 823)

CONTENTS

Examination of Witnesses

Witnesses: Maggie Galliers, Principal, Leicester College, Jonathan Godfrey, Principal, Hereford Sixth Form College, and Declan Jones, Principal, Haberdashers' Aske's Federation, gave evidence.

Question Numbers

1-58

Witnesses: David Bell, Permanent Secretary, Department for Education, and Peter Lauener, Chief Executive, Young People's Learning Agency, gave evidence.

Question Numbers

59-137



 
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