Speaking to the National Education Trust in London Mr Clegg said: "Nothing has been decided and I feel very, very strongly as an MP in South Yorkshire, with a lot of people in public services, we are not going to be able simply willy-nilly to exacerbate a North-South divide.
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- North Edmonton Sculpture Workshop (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
- North East Solid Waste Committee
- National Earthquake Strategy Working Group (US FEMA)
- New England School of Whole Health Education
- Neural-Symbolic Learning and Reasoning (workshop)
- North East Scotland Youth for Christ
- Narcotics Enforcement Team (law enforcement)
- NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Employee Team
- National Eating Trends (NPD)
- National Educational Television
- National Eligibility Test (India)
- National Emission Trends
- National Employer Team (AARP)
- National Entrance Test (India)
- National Environmental Testing, Inc.
- National Environmental Trust
- National Evangelization Team
- Nationwide Electrical Testing (Duluth, GA)
- Natural Environment Teaching (applied behavioral analysis)
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But speaking to the National Education Trust in London Mr Clegg said: "Nothing has been decided and I feel very, very strongly as an MP in South Yorkshire, we are not going to be able simply willy nilly to exacerbate a North-South divide.
A CONTROVERSIAL partnership which saw a Teesside school linked with a national education trust has come to an end after 16 months.
The bid - which was written in six weeks - was supported by Triton plc, a national education trust, individual parents and Friends of Etone.
Chair: Roy Blatchford, Director, National Education Trust Speakers Include: Matt Collins, Deputy Director Academies Delivery Group, Department for Education Sue Baldwin, Director of Academies, Education Funding Agency Cllr Stephen Castle, Cabinet Member for Education, Essex County Council and Representative, Local Authority Action Research Steering Group, Local Government Association Dr Gary Holden, Executive Principal, The Hundred of Hoo School David Palmer, Business Director, Wycombe High School Martin Latham, Headteacher, Robinswood Primary School Vic Goddard, Principal, Passmores Academy Conference webpage: http://www.
But speaking to the National Education Trust in London Mr Clegg said: "Nothing has been decided and I feel very, very strongly as an MP in South Yorkshire, with a lot of people in public services, we are not going to be able simply willy-nilly to exacerbate a North-South divide.
Dr Maggie Atkinson, who used to be director of education at Gateshead Council and is now the Children's Commissioner for England, has been invited as a guest speaker to attend the fifth annual lecture of the National Education Trust on Tuesday.
Renaissance works closely with the National Literacy Trust, the National Education Trust and Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, and is supported by best-selling authors for children, such as Malorie Blackman, Peter J Murray and GP Taylor.