Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Employment

– in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 15 March 2001.

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The Secretary of State was asked

  • Higher Education (14 speeches)

    If he will make a statement on the level of unit funding in higher education. [152549]

  • Literacy and Numeracy (8 speeches)

    What evidence his Department has collated on the effectiveness of his literacy and numeracy strategies. [152550]

  • Secondary Schools (12 speeches)

    What plans he has to raise standards in secondary schools. [152551]

  • Chris Woodhead (15 speeches)

    If he will make a statement on the circumstances in which Mr. Chris Woodhead ceased being Her Majesty's chief inspector of schools. [152552]

  • Child Care (London) (6 speeches)

    What measures he is taking to increase access to affordable child care in London. [152553]

  • Raising Standards (6 speeches)

    How he plans that the creative partnerships initiative and the pupil learning credits will raise educational standards. [152554]

  • Skills Base (10 speeches)

    What further measures the Government propose to increase the United Kingdom's skills base. [152556]

  • Comprehensive Schools (4 speeches)

    How many comprehensive schools have been closed since May 1997; and if he will make a statement. [152558]

  • Nursery Places (6 speeches)

    What assessment he has made of the take-up rate of nursery places in the last year. [152560]

  • New Deal (4 speeches)

    If he will estimate the number of (a) lone parents, (b) young people and (c) long-term unemployed young people who have entered the work force under the new deal. [152562]