Governor Live review: Conversion timescales after changes to the White Paper | Ian Usher

The second in the series of Governor Live Considerations for Conversion events was held on Thursday the 17th of November 2016. Christine Bayliss from C:BECS, Michelle Gray from berg and Karen Rae from Armstrong Watson – our panel of presenters who took part in the first Considerations for Conversion event and will also be sharing advice in the final two events – explored some of the implications of the recent announcement that significant sections of Educational Excellence Everywhere would be withdrawn, and what this might mean for schools’ conversion timescales.

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