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Welsh Assembly Business: Thursday 8 March 2018

In Plenary

The National Assembly for Wales is not sitting in plenary  

In Committee

Children, Young People and Education Committee (9:15am, room 2) 
- Inquiry into Targeted Funding to Improve Educational Outcomes - Evidence from Betsan O'Connor, Managing Director, Cressy Morgan, Support and Learners Coordinator, ERW; TBC, Central South Consortium Joint Education Service; Sharon Williams, Wellbeing Regional Adviser, Paul Matthews-Jones, Core Lead, GwE; Ed Pryce, Service Strategic and Policy Lead, Kath Bevan, Lead for Equity and Well-being, Education Achievement Service for South East Wales (EAS); Rob Williams, Policy Director, Damon McGarvie, Headteacher of Pennar Community Primary School, Pembrokeshire and NAHT Cymru President; Tim Pratt, Director, ASCL Cymru; Ravi Pawar, Headteacher of Blackwood Comprehensive School; Neil Foden, Mike O'Neill, NEU; Rex Phillips, National Official Wales, NASUWT; Elaine Edwards, General Secretary, UCAC; Sir Alasdair MacDonald, Welsh Government Advisor on Education; Mel Ainscow, Emeritus Professor of Education and co-director of the Centre for Equity in Education, Manchester University

Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee (9:30am, room 1) 
- Inquiry into Low Carbon Housing: the Challenge – Evidence from Mark Harris, Planning and Policy Officer, Homebuilders Federation Wales; Ifan Glyn, Director, Federation of Master Builders Cymru; Donna Griffiths, Construction Industry Training Board Wales; Anthony Rees, Owain Jones, Cyfle Building Skills


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