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The RAND Corporation defines education policy as follows: "Education policy includes laws as well as processes and policies that educational organizations, local districts, states, and nations put in place and follow to achieve academic goals." The selection of websites on this webpage may be of help to you, in learning about education policy? The library catalogue is also a good place to search for books, articles and other sources about education policy.
The Department for Education (DfE) is responsible for children’s services and education, including early years, schools, higher and further education policy, apprenticeships and wider skills in England. DfE is supported by 18 agencies and public bodies.
The Education Committee is a select committee of the House of Commons in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It checks and reports on the work of the DfE and the 18 agencies and public bodies that support the DfE, and the committee's publications, plus the government responses, are published on its website.
The Digital Education Repository Archive (DERA) is a digital archive of documents published electronically by the UK government, UK Parliament (including devolved Assemblies), government departments, semi-official organisations (quangos) and think tanks in the areas of education, training, children and families. DERA is curated by University College London’s Institute of Education.
Full-text papers from 1688-2005 including Hansard content - fundamental to understanding current legislation, policy-making and the British political environment - you can find further content (1803-current) at Hansard Online.